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Everyone Who's Ever Loved You Was Wrong

By 

William Kozloff

1996

-daylight savings

-forward?

-spring forward, fall back

-back

1994

-summer

-stray hair wrapped around the cuff button

-i need a wallet with one of those plastic photo keeper things


1992

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-

-

-

-

1993

-

1994

-thanksgiving

-keep a surprise chapstick in my jacket

-i keep forgetting

-i'm thankful you all are here

1999

-new years day

-alexandra

-dria

-i could have sworn you had them, at the edge of your lips

-maybe it's for the best

2003

-thanksgiving

-junk drawer camera roll

-maybe this one

-selective focus

2004

-valentines day

-brother's wedding

-maybe they won't notice

-yeah, i'll see you monday thanks again for coming with me

1988

-president's day

-hi

-mind if i sit here?

1989

-summer solstice

-hey

-hey

-i love you

1990

-christmas

-oh

-i was just on my way to wake you up

-your coffee is on the counter

1991

-new years eve

-i love you too

-i'll be fine, have fun

-i love you too

-you forgot your keys

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Issue 19

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May 18, 2017

William Kozloff is an artist in Anchorage, Alaska. 6 months in, he is one of the first Alaskans to be published in the Alaskan literary journal Lit.cat. I highly recommend checking out his prints, paints, illustrations, and slices of poetry here: www.instagram.com/lodust

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Canadian. That fact was

almost fun. Almost.

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