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Writing by Bebe Dragovitch // Photograph by Leanne Surfleet

Writing by Bebe Dragovitch // Photograph by Leanne Surfleet

What’s a girl to do?


The basement is burning.

The trees are on fire.

An invader is returning.

As though she is for hire.


What’s a girl to do?


Pomegranates are bleeding.

Televisions can sympathise.

The roads keep impeding.

Her mind stays disorganised.


What’s a girl to do?


Sounds become stronger.

And chocolate more bitter.

She daydreams no longer.

But isn’t a quitter.




What’s a girl to do?


With a deadly valentine like you.

Bebe Dragovitch

Bebe Dragovitch is 20 years old, lives in the heart of Melbourne and is studying Public Relations at RMIT University. Alongside her newly found hobby of writing, her interests include listening to loads of music, learning new skills and being social. She’s interested in doing more travelling and wants to have a dynamic career life. Bebe also works part time as a fashion model and the industry has been a part of her life since her early teens. You can find her on Instagram @bebe_dragovitch


Leanne Surfleet

Leanne Surfleet is a photographer from and currently living in a small town in the UK. For the past 5+ years, Leanne has been shooting mainly self-portraits which has been a way of dealing with a lot of anxieties and facing the idea of her own mortality. Leanne says that “photography can often be a kind of therapy.” You can see her work on her websiteFlickr, & Facebook.

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