Poems by Hazel Everett

You Asked Me To Write You A Letter

I draped myself over him,

like an envelope does a letter.

He licked my crease,

and stamped me for his own.


Hazel Everett was born in July. She grew up in Provincetown Massachusetts, carries hot sauce in her purse and wears red lipstick every day. She is twenty three and works at a grocery store after graduating from the University of Maine with a degree in Psychology.

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