Tag Archives: Al Lim

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A mint is a minute distraction from musty professor breaths. His questions multiply yet he answers none. His murk is murderous muzak that guarantees hearing loss. Hear, muse with brain on mute, until the email knocks to muster and reminds … Continue reading

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Writing is a Throat Exercise

Writing is a throat exercise. I hear you echo in the shipyard and paint cranes, curved like chicken claws, in yellow garish. Same shade of sick yellow glares from naked filaments, taboo illuminates months of sweat-filled thighs captured in stamped … Continue reading

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Go on

Put yourself in the way of beauty, and come as you are to the lighthouse. At the cross road where the city meets the sea, here. Things begin and end, and it goes on: Note: Found poem with sources from: … Continue reading

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Please Eat

Eat yellow flavor bursting sweetness texture slices oh-my goodness cannot tahan order seconds smiling aunty happy cutting golden complex happy eating. insect swimming submerged feelers voices feedback complain louder sticky goodness no-more seconds insta nonsense snapchat jealous last-time eating sumpah … Continue reading

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