Everybody Lies, by Faith Christine

Walking back to mine our steps fall
prey to the same stride, and I wonder why
we never fuck at your house. I’m afraid

the truth will derail the sidewalk,
so instead I tell you one of my feet
is a half-size bigger than the other.

This means all my shoes are misfits.
And that, try as you may, nothing you do
could ever break or complete me.


Published 7th of May 2019


About Faith Christine

Faith Christine is a poet, philosopher, and public servant. Currently based in London, she was born in Hong Kong and raised in Singapore. Her poems have been published in QLRS, The Kindling, FIVE:2:ONE, Rambutan Literary, and This Is Not A Safety Barrier. She tweets at @philosopherslug.