Becca Klaver

It’s like a phobia of life in general?

I promised not to do it again?

I paid you already?

I know you care, but it’s not enough?

I think you need to bring your voice down?

I ate the rest of it?

I’m 100% positive I left it right here?

I didn’t think that applied to me?

I kinda miss it?

I told them I’d be there every Thursday?

I keep getting what I want?

I sorta wanna flake on my own party?

It’s, like, a tendency toward self-destruction?

I was thinking of the greater good?


Becca Klaver is the author of the poetry collections LA Liminal (Kore Press) and Empire Wasted (Bloof Books). She is the Robert P. Dana Emerging Writer Fellow at Cornell College.