Aishwarya Javalgekar

Terrible

Don't ever have children you'd be a terrible mother
Don't ever have children you'd be a terrible mother.
Don't have children
ever
you'd be a terrible mother
Don't
have children you'd be a terrible mother
Don't have children you'd be a mother
Don't have terrible children mother
Don't have children
a terrible mother
a mother
Won't have children I'd be a terrible mother.

ABOUT THE POET

Aishwarya Javalgekar (she/her) is a feminist writer and editor with a Masters in English (Public Texts). Her recent work appears in perhappened, dreams walking, Dust Poetry, and Ghost Heart literary magazines. She is the editor-in-chief of ang(st) zine and explores identity, mental health, and the body through her writing. Find her at aishwaryajavalgekar.com or follow her on Twitter @aish_java .