Indie Blu(e) Publishing is Proud to Present Softly Glowing Exit Signs by Georgia Park

Softly Glowing Exit Signs is a photo album of a life lived intensely and painfully, but really lived, and survived. As with any heroine, Georgia Park is who we look for at the end, walking through that fire, not intact, not okay, but absolutely capable of going on.  Georgia Park is a woman growing up through … Continue reading Indie Blu(e) Publishing is Proud to Present Softly Glowing Exit Signs by Georgia Park

Living with Invisible Illness: There’s a little daffodil- Georgia Park

There’s a little daffodil well, there are so many things, really there’s doctors and dentists and baby teeth still connected where they shouldn’t be, dying post-maturely. There’s a patient who’s an anomaly and she’s annoying- she cries and cries but refuses medication- she doesn’t want to let her guard down. There’s lots of cities with … Continue reading Living with Invisible Illness: There’s a little daffodil- Georgia Park

Faucet Clock – Georgia Park

Georgia Park/Sudden Denouement Literary Collective

Sudden Denouement Collective

It’s just easier sometimes
to say no hard feelings
than to point out the
disgusting oozing

To gesture wildly
at all the park benches we sat on,
the jovial conversations
the drunken escapades
(Oh, what was I thinking…)
the time, so hard won
for you to get,
so utterly wasted

The trust I was building
out of soluble materials
thoughts unspoken
feelings misspent
on some scapegoat or another
never the answer
and he never told me anything

In the sink, stupidly,
with thoughts so ridiculous,
so logicless such as
“so as not to make a mess!”
I built it
under a forever leaking faucet
sounding like a clock
tick tock
drip drop

Persistently becoming
the one thing you can rely on
I listen to my faucet clock
drip drop
tick tock
and this is how
I foster trust
I know it will never be fixed
so long as I’m in…

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