September 23, 2021 by The Citron Review
by Susan Yim
Can you repeat the question? I don’t know, I haven’t really thought about it—all right, I guess? ಥ_ಥ. I’m alive. It’s okay. A big sigh. Sad. Defeat. Lonely. Pensive. Empty. It sucks. Waiting for something. Long. Freeing. (┬┬﹏┬┬). Relieving. Stationary. Anxious. Traumatic. I’m angry at it. Simply just—why? It’s going. Neutral. Long. Bloated. Stressful. Existentially Christ-like. Difficult. It’s reflected in the clouds. (❁´◡`❁). High. Energetic. Bright. Betrayal. Sweaty. Fatigue. Dismissive. Congested. Disconnected. Stream-lined. Vacant. ƪ(˘⌣˘)ʃ. It’s getting better.
Susan Yim is a Korean American fiction writer from the Greater St. Louis Area. Currently, Susan lives in Las Cruces, New Mexico where she earned her MFA at New Mexico State University. Her most recent works can be found in Puerto del Sol, Drunk Monkeys, and HAD. You can find her @fearthenorms.