Sunday Service

Sunday Service: Lucy Tiven

like this

when I burnt my fingertip
it was because I wanted to turn the candle
into a tiny trashcan. because I don’t know
how to make people pay attention to me
without acting like a wastebin set on fire
outside the park

like      people need something
for people to swerve around
and then video with their phone

like      there is a voice inside you
that you actually can’t turn off
by arching your feet

the lamp I ordered from eBay
turned out to be a dollhouse lamp.
you have to order a tiny adaptor
to make it plug to a usual outlet. it sucks.

I still want to be a doll though


birds in the engine

I don’t feel that hopeless

Dropping my luggage
with reckless abandon

Isn’t it funny that there is a monk in the airport?

Everyone is quietly trying to take his picture
without giving themselves up

bio: Lucy Tiven is an MFA student at San Francisco State University and a contributing writer for The Fanzine. She is currently working on a chapbook about Mark Rothko for Plain Wrap and trying to get hired as a sales associate at Pet Food Express.

December 15th, 2013 / 10:00 am
Sunday Service