Girl, by Maddison Scott
Once a girl, barely more.
Upon finding that boys like her better when she kisses them, she loans out her lips.
A museum of photos, mostly of herself, wither on her mirror.
Time to lock the door.
Maddison Scott lives on a big island and is the author of numerous unwritten novels. Her work has appeared in The Molotov Cocktail, Subterranean Quarterly, SpeckLit and Eunoia Review. You can find more of her writing at: https://maddisonscott.wordpress.com/
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