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“To my loved ones, Please don’t read this. Or if you do, Know that I am placing great faith in you. I know you will forgive me eventually.” “To my haters, There are really only two people in this world whose opinion of me matters. I am one. The other is not you.” With a mixture of humor and pain, Hen Whistling uses bold, accessible language to describe aspects of life, a “To my loved ones, Please don’t read this. Or if you do, Know that I am placing great faith in you. I know you will forgive me eventually.” “To my haters, There are really only two people in this world whose opinion of me matters. I am one. The other is not you.” With a mixture of humor and pain, Hen Whistling uses bold, accessible language to describe aspects of life, art, politics, femininity, bad decisions, inebriation, and its consequences. For lack of a better word, let’s call it poetry.


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“To my loved ones, Please don’t read this. Or if you do, Know that I am placing great faith in you. I know you will forgive me eventually.” “To my haters, There are really only two people in this world whose opinion of me matters. I am one. The other is not you.” With a mixture of humor and pain, Hen Whistling uses bold, accessible language to describe aspects of life, a “To my loved ones, Please don’t read this. Or if you do, Know that I am placing great faith in you. I know you will forgive me eventually.” “To my haters, There are really only two people in this world whose opinion of me matters. I am one. The other is not you.” With a mixture of humor and pain, Hen Whistling uses bold, accessible language to describe aspects of life, art, politics, femininity, bad decisions, inebriation, and its consequences. For lack of a better word, let’s call it poetry.

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