Tag Archives: Ting Wei Tai

Sand*

                        something strange             a slender narrow                         inching toward                                     dumping load                                                 after load                                     of sand                         expanding             Forest City jutting out privately             doubtlessly violated                                     the Sea                                                 emerging                                     dangerously fluid                         earthworks encroach             by the handful fundamental land levels                         the drift of sand                                     leaves only … Continue reading

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Coming from the Outside*

“You are so young; you stand before beginnings.”                         —Rainer Maria Rilke, ‘Fourth Letter to Franz Xaver Kappus’, Worpswede, 16 July 1903 I want to talk to. You have encountered many very. You say that even their. Please, dear friend, think … Continue reading

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Begin Again

Months ago, you took me to the edge             of the sea and I was afraid of its roar. It was the same roar I heard when I was a little boy, when             all alone, I cupped my ears to hear … Continue reading

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