“This is recovery, but it feels like basketball magic.”
Yes, This Too Is Sad
live up to my potential
duke on the front. I wear it for every game. I do not wash it. Depression is why, but I allow myself to become superstitious about its effect on the team as justification.
Naadeyah Haseeb is a writer from North Carolina. Her work has appeared in Quaint Magazine, Literary Orphans, and The Butter. She is the author of the chapbook Manic Depressive Dream Girl from Maudlin House. Find her on twitter @sothisisnaddy
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