About Apostropha

a·pos·tro·phe

The direct address of something or someone absent, dead, inanimate, imaginary, or otherwise unable to respond, especially as a digression in the course of a speech or composition. e.g. “O Death, where is thy sting?”

Apostropha

blog dedicated to all the things “you” and I care about- pop culture, body politics, poetry, social justice in all its forms

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