Category Archives: Poetry

sonnets

your languageis a giant monument—stood remarkably,audibly beautiful forour ears. 2021

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tender

in many days of my external silence,i have not killed the noise internally.there is a heart aching without the moon.there are eyes crying at the flash floods of noon. 2021

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Volume

This is not an episode of hate. If you can’t speak what is right,just keep it to yourself.And don’t delight bad thingsin your mind. Our hearts speak volumeof different representations. My hands write poetryof different angsts and anxiety,cheer and solidarity, … Continue reading

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Pie In The Sky

One hand holdsa glass of ice, the otherholds a plate of rice.The mouth is aboutto feast, but the roomturns black, and everythingdisappears. 2021

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The Boundary

Tell me more, but you won’t.I’d like to ask more questions,but now I won’t. Your gestures, your curls,the shirt in your imagination,all but left them forlorn. The wind is the same windthat carried us to thisnocturnal boundary. 2021

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Dystopia

The drinking mouthhas gone to summer woods.Not letting its tongue utterverbs and adjectives. 2021

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mourning

we lose some, we lost a lot.the past is gone, the now is pain.we cried, and we cry again. 2021

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The Emblem

It’s not the fall of man.Neither the case of inferiority.They rise to the occasionLike sturdy eagles’ wings.Painting their red blood on every wall,Chanting a local song. The skies turn blue.The sun sparks in yellow.The tombstones of their grandfathersAre washed out, … Continue reading

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gauche

clumsy are your bodymovements like a dance ona stage, not graceful, notflawless. your mind speaks ofcluttered dishes in thekitchen, turning the floorsinto a war of many things. 2021

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plum cake

you paraphrasedyour angry statementand it tasted like a trueplum cake. 2021

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