Excerpts from Neon Daze

By | 1 May 2019

21st August 2016

Our days are diced
into baby-sized
pieces; chew slowly
so as not to choke.
Taste the twelve
mornings in each
twenty-four hours
and try to enjoy
twelve bedtimes too.
(And twelve breakfasts,
why not?) A day is
measured by suckling
for twenty to fifty minutes,
one or two nappies filled,
one or two fresh suits.
And sometimes he is bathed
in a blinding version of
his first weightless state.


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2 Responses to Excerpts from Neon Daze

  1. Kate says:

    I’m so keen to own and love this book and give it to my friends. Wow.

  2. Yuxuan Zhao says:

    She was my English teacher 🙂