Molar memory, by Tori Eberle

I want to take your teeth and make a necklace out of them, worn tight against my skin.

So that whenever I swallow, I can imagine your mouth. And be still.


Published 14th May 2019 


About Tori Eberle

Tori Eberle is a writer based out of Brooklyn, NY. She lives with her dog, cat, and a few wild-found animal skulls. Her work focuses on trauma and emotional violence, as it relates to love, loss, and the fragility of the human body.