A poem by Ross Tidy
after Elisa Gabbert
Ross Tidy is a writer, musician and photographer. Originally from England, he lives in Montréal with his little family of amazing women. His poetry covers shiny subjects like mental illness, addiction and death. He hopes publication of his work can in some small way raise awareness for all types of mental illness. Also it gives him something to gloat about to his annoying, successful friends. You can find him on twitter @twistedcells.
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