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Snow White’s Stepmother

I always thought that she was beautiful. In a pinched, strained sort of way. Like something was holding her back, gnawing at her insides.

Now I know. I know because sometimes, I feel it, too.

Atleast my cruel mirror doesn’t talk back to me. Instead, I bear my pain in sapphire silence.

My poem, “Snow White’s Stepmother,” is now in Spudgun Magazine. You can read it here (see pages 30 and 31).

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