You told me I should learn the difference
Between mirrors and portals
Like it was a secret you knew
Like it was something you could teach me
In all the blue-light dreams on infinite scroll
And the free-fall-belly-flop summer picture days
To ask which one you were
T.C. Sundberg is a writer and poet living in New York. Her hobbies include graduate school and long walks with her dog. She aspires to be “someone” someday.