Poetry, chapbook, 32 pages, from Bottlecap Features.
The crossroads of intersectionality is laced with razorblades and venom.
as long as I am held through it is a journey of intersectionality: from discovery to grief to struggle to acceptance. It explores themes of love, life, and afterlife. The world is painted in shades of grey. This work explores the great expanse of “MUDDLE” that we’re so often stuck in, the no-man’s-land in between misery and joy.
It asks the fundamental question of human existence: Is it better to love with risk, or to die without either?
Daisy is a queer, Muslim woman who loves cats, the sun, and all things bright and beautiful. She’s had work previously published in Rising Phoenix Review and is an aspiring novelist.