Eating a Strawberry by Jessica Otto
10:25 AM | Author: Glen Binger
Eating a Strawberry by Jessica Otto

The strawberry is poison and it pops into your mouth as if by magic.
It is cold and sour. It pricks your tongue like a bee sting. You
chew as if a spider clawed its way across your jaw before stopping to
rest above your lower lip, you chew delicately.

Jessica Otto lives atop a piece of soggy marshland with her husband and many cats in Arkansas, when she is not writing she enjoys daydreaming about deep sea fishing (this is probably why she has so many nightmares).
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