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“Eh” Lay your tongue flat On the ground of your oral cavity Shut your epiglottis and push your diaphragm down a crack Blow thy gentle breeze From the depth of your chest: “Eh” Crisp, gentle, almost unnoticeable This is an infant’s call for its mama’s pat To force out the little bubbles Tumbling inside its … Continue reading I have a poetry collection! Some excerpts /2

I have a poetry collection! Some excerpts /1

Art credit to brallanq.tumblr.com On Platonic Human Connections May there be a moment in your life when In another’s eyes you find wonders that need no conscious searching: They open up into an abyss that marries all colors and darkness at once, In which you detach and drown at the same time; From the collision … Continue reading I have a poetry collection! Some excerpts /1

Age of Iron: there is birth in death

J. M. Coetzee's Age of Iron tactfully renders philosophical contemplation about life and death, personal struggles of beliefs, relationships and pain, and sociopolitical issues of South Africa under Apartheid in a beautiful, tragic, literary tale. It is a confession, an elegy of a generation, and a road to self-discovery. Her poetic style speaks to me … Continue reading Age of Iron: there is birth in death