i go into the city

Erin Nuttle

and i see queens 

decked out in azalea

colored fur, mid july. 

heels higher than heaven, 

towering over us.

Erin Nuttle (she/they) is a sixteen year old transfeminine poet and writer from Michigan in her junior year of high school. She hates writing third person bios, however, she has had poetry published in periodicities and voicemail poems, with more forthcoming.