begin long before you hear them and gain speed and come out of the same place as other words. They should have their own place to come from, the elbow perhaps, since elbows look funny and never weep. Why are you proud of me? I said goodbye to you forty times. I see your point. That is an achievement unto itself. My mom wants me to write a goodbye poem. It should fit inside a card and use the phrase, “You are one powerful lady.” There is nothing powerful about me though you might think so from the way I spit. I don’t want to say goodbye to you anymore. I heard the first wave was an accident. It happened in the Cave of the Hands in Santa Cruz. The four of them were drinking and someone killed a wild boar and someone else said, “Hey look, I put my hand in it. Saying goodbye is like that. You put your hand in it and then you take your hand back.
I Want Your Fax
I want to be disability for you. Make new signs for you. They are saying things about us online in their underwear. The listserv is blowing up. Ableist verse, ableist verse and I’m talking to you. I’m a green circle for you and there you go again into my cover letters. Pinned your last dispatch to my Outlook so every day starts with you. Got your text. Got your chat. Got your tweet. Got you all over me. I want to be disability for you and capital crawl for you and accommodate you.