The Stink of Motherhood
After a few moments of fawning and cooing, I interjected from outside the circle with a shy raised hand: “Hi, I’m the mom.”
Don’t come in, don’t come in
The next day?
Khaholi Bailey is the author of the forthcoming essay collection Miseducation of a '90s Baby from CLASH books. Her fiction and essays have appeared in Flapperhouse, Breadcrumbs and Midnight and Indigo. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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