Tag Archives: Vivian Lu

The Promised Land

We plant seeds of gold ashes mixed in soil beneath a lilting horizon, digging our hands deep under earth as soft as an ache. We wait for vegetation. We think, the world is more than these rice fields of sunlight … Continue reading

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Near Light

There are some things I can only say in the dark, the way light keeps secrets by swallowing them whole. Mama used to tell me that to keep another soul was selfish, even if it meant only keeping part of … Continue reading

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