Jessica Clark

Rookie (April,11,1983 / Willits, California)

Biography of Jessica Clark

Jessica Clark poet

I cuss like a sailor, but I try not to. I'm obsessed with having clean fingernails, yet they always seem to be dirty. I think this is a good sign for life. People fascinate me and scare me with how much they touch my solar plexis. I'm overly-emotional and under-involved. I've began watching. I'm a catalyst by energy, a scientist by nature, a spiritualist by intellect. No one knows me well. That's because I'm crazy. No really. I am.

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Conversation, Part I

'Affectionate sunset; dont you agree? Tangerine and lipstick pallette smothering the cut of the mountain can cause me to fall dreamy.'

'Do not whisper during moments of almostromance. You disturb the scene- You should scream. &Now you are stricken silent. Too many poetic meanderings give away your desperation. I can read you like the sports section. I want to feel an interest instead of random happenstance curiosity.'

(She tries to break his heart so she can watch him cry. THE BREAKDOWN is

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