“Then there’s no point” by Sasha on her couch


Saturday October 29, 2016
8:52pm
5 minutes
Overheard at Forth in Winnipeg

Margie smokes clove cigarettes and shaves one side of her head so that two different kinds of people look back at her when she stares at herself in the mirror. She eventually gets rid of all of them (the mirrors) and replaces them with abstract paintings that belonged to her Baba. When the one side of her hair grows out she embraces the stubble and even asks strangers if they’d like to touch it.

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“Then there’s no point” by Sasha on her couch