Tag Archives: Ho Cheung Lee (Peter)

Something celebrative or immortal under another birdless sky

You once yelled I was so rude as I pulled your right sock off regardless of how much work done to clear up my floor once scattered with broken glass from an ill-formed jar holding my calculated hopes You once … Continue reading

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Sepulcher

Pictures taken down from the hanging album right in front of the sliding door of my balcony Almost locked you last time your bare feet stepped out of my comfort zone like a hummingbird mocking an artificial flower The thread … Continue reading

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Look

Pictures taken down from the mirror above the doll bought from Japan last summer The yellowish cattish stuffed creature still stares at my three white hairs as I found them protesting against the sea of darkness in my stained distorted … Continue reading

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Heartbeat

Pictures taken down from a filthy board aged with forbidden words Words too heavy to use with my decaying tongue Your smile still lingers on my wall fixed loosely by green magnets like hibernating ladybirds waiting to evolve Pictures taken … Continue reading

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