The medical literature calls our attention to temporal dysplasia, an unfortunate symptom of middle age. Quacks, she thought. Sonic displacement is the number one cause of death.
Mama always told her nice girls know how to keep quiet. Mama was so hoping she’d be nice. But Mama’s Mama’s hearing aid didn’t work so good and she grew up LOUD LOUD LOUD.
Adulthood is sifting through rare manuscripts inside the marble echo chambers of historic monuments built bareback on top of old money.
Her pencil scratches too loud. Another pencil-scratcher shoots her a dirty look. Sshh!
If she can’t die gracefully, they’ll bury her alive. In paper and marble. Paper-scratchers coming from all around the world to marvel at her rotten mouth and hands, covered in priceless first editions.