head piece
maia asshaq


from MHPQ1


A head yelled out of a car window at me this morning
4 heads looked past me at this exhibition
A head pretended I wasn’t there at this exhibition
Another head got my friend a beer instead of me at this exhibition
A head yelled out of a car window at me on my walk to this exhibition
Another head bobbed past me on a bike on my walk to this exhibition
Multiple heads asked to buy books from me before I walked to this exhibition
My head got out of some other head’s bed this morning to go to work
My head lay next to that bed-head last night and this morning before I left for work
That head leaned in and kissed my head last night before our two heads laid next to each other
The night before that my head laid next to no one
That day no head bobbed past me
The night before that my head laid next to someone else’s head
That head had been near to my head for a few days before it decided to also lean itself in and kiss my head
That head only brings itself around when it has exhausted other options
That head will most likely never lie next to my head again
Before that, the only head that wanted me was a head I couldn’t lay next to
Before that, the only head that wanted me was a head that I didn’t want back
Before that the only head I’ve lain next to may or may not have lost itself
Before that the only head I’ve laid next to asked if our heads could move “slow”
Before that the only head I knew laid itself in my lap
Before that
Before that the only head I’ve laid next to was a distant head
That head made my head feel disconnected from my body
That head made me feel disconnected from other bodies
That head made me feel my head and body were small and insignificant
That head also made me feel my head and body were too big to deal with
My body never wants my head
My body never wants other heads
My body only wants itself
Only wants other bodies