it's funny the things you forget when asked for an 'interesting fact' --
you sleep on them for days and exhume them from the ground because they matter! so deeply!! there's no metaphor that does them justice!! it's poetry because it isn't!!!
i don't know my siblings. my parents sleep in my dead grandad's bed and i received his cupboards: yeah, we're pretty much begging to be haunted. let's be positive, it'd be nice to see him again.
thanks to reinforced childhood superstition, i still pick up pennies from the ground (yup, even with my germ phobia).
i used to write to the tooth fairy! she warned me about gum disease. her name was tiffy, but it turned out to just be mum writing with her left hand.
as an internet-addicted hermit, little me hated going abroad since the only friends i felt i had were online. there's thus a list of places to someday re-visit - rotterdam is one.
i'd like to be somebody's muse. if my life plan fails, i want to work in a funeral parlour: it feels as though i'd do it justice.
watching the same film more than once just isn't something i do -- except grease -- exceptions can be made when it's on TV.
i mean, c'mon, it's grease.
(feel free to leave some interesting tidbits of your own life in the comments. you all seem fun enough.) you can't make metaphors out of this stuff if you bother to write about it: they're just facts that are true. so let's chuck them all into a draft and call it a list poem. or free verse. or an experiment. hey, if 'anything can be poetry', so can this!