AT ODDS, AT THE TABLE

Day 3: National Poetry Writing Month #NaPoWriMo Always that fine line between what slots together and what slips in between, those black spots of doubt that cannot be fully folded out like linen that lingered too long before being laid, like chopsticks that fight for form between fingers foreign, like this morning, in the park, […]

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BEFORE THE RUSH

  Pause and push move and be moved, people push air push breath push will on paths in parks, pushing moments slow moving moments unfolding in parks where breath is paused where time is teased, as if turned back, as if tempered move and be moved pause and push before the rush. All words and […]

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SHANGHAI STREETS; FAR FROM HOME

On pressing parades pedestrian pass on motors, on mass, in autos, under umbrellas, in downpours of flashing lights of signs I cannot identify, on roads that have no rules, with crossings that heed no caution for those crossing, the tens crossing, the hundreds crossing, the thousands trying to get through with rising intonations 
to parks, […]

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CHINA IN PICTURES; SHANGHAI STORIES

Last week I was in Shanghai for work and met jet lag straight on, here are some of the pictures from that week, including 6am walks through the city while it was waking and I was searching for sleep… The mountains of the clouds The customary gas mask in your room for emergencies, wrapped in […]

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