Born in Middletown, NY. Korean American. Aspiring writer. I've got a big ego, so just tell me to shut up when you feel like it.
crumple hands, made of paper listen, oh bones, snap and caper, teach a boy how to dance in the city. stoned are the pigeons nestled under bridges, oil black feathers fallen and tapered, show me how to kiss a city is it on the lip of a broken bottle? where faces, strip down to skyscraper grey? or is it here? by the bench and fellow walking his dog where he hanged, on the branch of that olive tree how does it bear the weight?
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an unconfirmed letter (21/04/2019)
A Plea for hope (14/04/2019)
just like that (08/01/2019)
I'm going somewhere (01/01/2019)
"where do our wishes go?" (18/12/2018)
fall away (14/12/2018)
Lanterns for Stars (05/12/2018)
See ya around (15/10/2018)
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