by Sofia Fey

There’s a runner and a chaser, you said, pointing at the page. Look. It was a book on twin flames, and all of the cycles they go through. Well, I don’t want to chase you anymore, I said, my strength stepping out from the corner they were hiding in. If we’re twin flames, then I unsubscribe. I’m good on the spiritual excuse for your foot being out the door. I’m not running after anyone, I have clothes to fold. The truth is, it doesn’t matter how well I make your walnut butter. bell hooks says running from love’s pain, you’ll never know love’s pleasure. So, go on, to wherever you’re going, thank you for stopping by. Great wings, beautiful wings.

Sofia Fey is a Lesbian and Non-Binary writer living in LA. Currently, they are the founder of the Luminaries Poetry workshop, and poetry editor at Hooligan Magazine. They love to beat their friends at Mario Party. They tweet @sofiafeycreates.

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