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Tag Archives: Ho Ren Chun
three haiku When the borders closed it broke my old addiction to self-importance. Families folded by an unseen affliction. Our inheritance. I fold all the shirts, move, silently, furniture to allow you to pray. Ho Ren Chun is a Singaporean-born … Continue reading
He comes back on the wings of gloaming moth upon the bath, but too the smell of paint thinned; the hue of aged carpet. She holds the thought like years. Wrist of liver spots, a silver moth in the crescent’s … Continue reading
you turn your cold shoulder and I, always anxious, fish-marked, am condemned to swim, gasp in sin, on the edge of water’s sword, sliced thin, like the neck of the pool embraced by your unfair spell. The way you catch … Continue reading