The light was red but I said it was green because I wanted to see the alternate universe where I was dizzy and starred I wanted sirens to scream for me my mother drove off stopped said shit said we could have been killed said what the hell is wrong with you I am kaleidoscopic broken light but beautiful I started the engine in the garage with all the doors closed I am unsure if it was an accident I was fading as particles in parts of cosmos I can’t see I was coughing up planets for three hours I was telling my mother I love you forgive me I was tilted I was spinning the wrong way
Samantha Fain lives in Connersville, Indiana. She is an undergraduate student studying psychology and creative writing with a minor in Spanish at Franklin College. Her work has previously appeared in The Indianapolis Review, all the sins, and Awkward Mermaid. In her free time, she goes to concerts and makes puns. She can be found oversharing about her personal life on Twitter at @samcanliftacar.