Kate Foley

Kate Foley
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Kate Foley is a young writer living in Pennsylvania. Her work has been featured in Words Dance, Yellow Chair Review, The Legendary, Voicemail Poems, and more. Her first collection, The Bird Hours, will be released in 2017 by Where Are You Press. She's here to help however possible. You can find more of her poetry at facebook.com/katefoleywriting.

from the perspective of your daughter, twelve years from now I was Daddy’s girl until I found out that Daddy had another girl and another girl...

Don’t text him. Don’t call him at 2 AM. Don’t think he is your cure. You can’t keep dialing through men as if they are 911 operators, as...

Summer means warm rain and you asking me if I like it. It doesn’t mean sitting on a patch of shaded sidewalk smoking cigarettes even in 96º, driving...

He’d spill a novel about how the only time I told him his art was beautiful was when the whites of my eyes were on fire. His wall would be polluted...

Always put on lipstick, even if you don’t leave the house. Donate your spare change to a homeless woman with a dog. Have fries with that shake. Delete your Facebook....

They are in the basement of a heated house. It is their last night before her airplane comes and he is avoiding her head on his chest because there...