EyeshadowI will lie to you tomorrow. I know this. I know this, and I know that tomorrow I will wear blue eyeshadow because that is the colour I wear when I lie to you. I wear it because you say it makes me look like an 80’s pop star; I wear it because it distracts you.Eyeshadow by GuinevereToGwen
So tomorrow you will lie me down on your dad’s old futon and kiss my neck; you’ll kiss me until I want you so bad I could cry, until I’m so hot I might catch fire, and you’ll reach down to the waistband of my jeans and fiddle with the zipper and look up at me with those kind, brown eyes and ask me, “Do you want me?” and I will lie to you.
Aspiring novelist, sunriser, entropist, bisexual, and resident poetastrophe.
Currently a student in Canada who dreams of spending the rest of her life writing novels and musicals in New York City. Fond of classic literature and musical theatre, I love snowflakes, hot air balloons, and typewriters, although I've never used one and doubt I would enjoy it.
I write novels, short stories, poetry, songs, plays, screenplays, musicals, articles, anything and everything that can be written, I'm writing. My current writing projects include my two novels, Columbia Uncharted and After Florence, and a collaborative novel with NGBookworm97, Sunriser.
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Favourite plays: Lots of musicals (Next to Normal, Rent, Heathers, Fun Home, The Last 5 Years), Angels in America, and anything Shakespeare (my favourites include Much Ado About Nothing and Hamlet)
Favourite poets: Allen Ginsberg • Karin Gottshall • Robert Frost • tori aitken
Favourite colour: Yellow
The Improbability of Hazel MarchI was never in love with Hazel March. Only, I was in love with the idea of loving her.
It started at a gay bar. Andromeda. Andy loved the name, since it so closely resembled his own—a few years later he would start using it as his drag name. He called it a “classy gay bar” as a way to convince me to accompany him. He had never been and insisted he needed a companion for his first time. I rolled my eyes and asked him how he knew it was classy if he had never gone—but he knew I was in. He knew I couldn’t not be in.
Andy called me his “baby gay” because I had only been out for a few months. He was appalled to discover that I knew nothing of gay culture, and that I only imagined gay characters where there weren’t. When he found out, he sent me twenty emails with links to different porn sites. Gay porn. I emailed him back asking him to stop spamming me, but only once I had gathered enough links to last me a couple months. I won’t