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Four rituals in Sa-hae

I.            Wake to a familiar scent Grandmother’s tteokguk, a recipe, impossible to follow Let your tongue caress the rice cake, every pinch of salt and pepper, carrying the whittled droplets of sweat Wishing, the aroma would remain, like sacramental bread received … Continue reading

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Muted Powder

The street lamps that fail to expand light, within the presence of snow, blurring windows, like mirrors in a bathroom after a torrid bath, the tracing of a smiley face over the moisture, the genus of Rafflesia wrung like green … Continue reading

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