|Fall by J U M P S I C K ▼▲|
I woke up the other night and fumbled for a pen so I could scrawl this blindly on the back of a stray academic paper. It was almost illegible in the morning.
A woman died suddenly one day -- just like that, with her silk shirt on at work. I go home. I write I LOVE YOU in bold black letters on every piece of laundry, methodical, that night. If I drop dead they will take me away, unpeel onion layers of I LOVE YOU. I LOVE YOU. I LOVE YOU. I want to make sure you know -- all of you. Layer by layer, down to my nothingness.