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Those bitter poems only a key turned once or twice That strange wonderful an asthmatic boy, running a girl down the street in a shopping cart That something terrifying someone who reads but does not write Gulnar Tuli studies literary … Continue reading

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Those corner shops (fluorescent lights) Synonymous as they are with veins, erect And the duplicity of the human form Gulnar Tuli studies literary arts and economics at Johns Hopkins University, where she is a freshman. Her work has been featured … Continue reading

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