All of my habits are born of loneliness and distance.
Even the way I sleep: with my pillows stacked up around me
mimicking the curve of your spine
(or any spine). Goddamn it.
What did I even dream about before I met your coffee cup mouth?
What did I do with my time before I was waiting for you?
Where is your skin?
Where is your pitter-pat heart?
Where is your warm, aggressive mouth while I am here alone?
I know I said this was enough,
but it’s not enough.
New facility brings high-tech tools to study artifacts at Penn's Museum of Archaeology
The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology is opening new laboratories this weekend that will improve efforts to study and preserve the more than 1 million artifacts in its collection.
Inside the new facility, display cases filled with hundreds of skulls from the 19th century Morton…