TE15 Lithuanian Honey Cake

Undinė Radzevičiūtė

“I work in radio.” “Your clothes move very nicely on you.” “I dressed myself.” “Would you like to come in for some tea?”

“I already drank Chrysanthemums today. At night I’ll probably dream cemeteries and the Day of Judgement.” “Are you a believer.” “No. That’s what’s so scary.”


Before falling asleep I try to count the days until the asteroid falls. I lose count and fall asleep.

“Would you like some tea?” asks Nr. 6. “I torture men,” I repeat to my psychiatrist.


The telephone. Mom. “I can’t speak now,” I say. “I’m eating a North Country Bear… chompcrunchmunch… candy. Did you hear about


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