To My Landlord


The slanderous commentaries you leave on my sites will continue to be deleted. No one will get to read them, because they will never appear.

But first, they will be photographed and uploaded to the Cloud — along with the rest of the written evidence of your grave and numerous derelictions of duty, both as landlord and as the decent person I know you to be when not under the sway of our abusive third roommate.

Here’s hoping for better, friendlier, saner times in the future.

Until then, you might want to avoid adding libel and slander to the other charges upon which, were I anything other than the most peaceful of people and considerate of roommates and tenants, I would already have called Legal Aid for free help to bring major suit.

The law does not look kindly on the kind of treatment you have, for the past four months, been meeting out to this:

• Aged

• Unprotected

• Disabled

• Female

Not kindly at all.

Why don’t we work for peace instead?

You could start by reconnecting the light and fan in the bathroom I use.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.


The poet/editor of this website is physically disabled, and lives at a fraction of her nation’s poverty level. Contributions may be made at:

2 thoughts on “To My Landlord

    1. I am, and I do. In order to stay peacefully behind the so r of this room, I walk in all my water, ice for my cooler, and laundry, survive on instant food so I can stay completely out for f the kitchen, and in every way bend over backwards to give these people the space they seem to need. Beyond that not even a very well meaning person can go, right? 🤢😜🤯


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