6, 9, 11, 14.
By D. E. Fulford.
“on the bus i tell talia god is a gerbil and she cries”
‘Childhood’ by Samira Khadivizand.
The Blood Pudding – November 18, 2020
D. E. Fulford is a writer and English instructor at Colorado State University. She holds master’s degrees in both Creative Writing and Education, and is currently in her second year of her Doctor of Education. Her poems can be found in Indolent Books, Literati Magazine, Dreamers Magazine, Crosswinds Poetry Journal, Sunspot Literary Journal, Inklette Magazine, and others. She resides on the front range of the Rocky Mountains with her partner Levi and their chocolate Labrador, The Walrus. In her spare time, she can be found riding her Triumph Street Twin motorbike.
Artwork: Samira Khadivizand is an artist living in Melbourne. She focuses on the aesthetic nature of art, depicting the multiple aspects of life, utilising colour combination and light. Samira is a graduate of stage and costume design from the school of fine arts in Tehran University. She lives in Melbourne, Australia. You can find her and buy her work here.