Zohra Hussain

Zohra Hussain
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Zohra Hussain is a writer from England who has previously been published on Thought Catalog. When she’s not howling at the moon or escaping mid-afternoon for a nap, she can be found eating cereal for dinner – proving just how marvellously she’s handling adulthood.

We created a version of ourselves that we could stomach, peeled the yellow wallpaper and brazenly fell in love with the madness we mistook for magic.        

Sometimes I feel like I’m drifting: in outer space, through life. I can’t keep up with myself because I am more lost than wanderer. Oh, but you with...

I know you still dream of space, as if there’s more hope where the stars are and no distance between us. I’m sorry I had to leave. We both...

In the midst of long distance and confessionals with the moon, (to my heart) a star asks: “when did you stop believing in yourself?”        

This story is one of the November Writing Challenge entries chosen to be a featured story. . In the room they fell in love, sunlight creeps...