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  • near drowning
    on Oct 24, 2009 in girl death memory
    image by Shona Nelson StudioI'm not afraid of water. Not since my handsslipped off the tiled edge of a swimming pool,where one pauses at the sidelines, feel thebuoyancy without any need to tread water.(Writing this down, I remember how my dad,the swi...
  • dodging death by drowning
    on Oct 24, 2009 in girl death memory
    image by Shona Nelson StudioI'm not afraid of water. Not since my handsslipped off the tiled edge of a swimming pool,where one pauses at the sidelines, feel thebuoyancy without any need to tread water.(Writing this down, I remember how my dad,the swi...
  • first school recess
    on Oct 21, 2009 in child mother
    A tiny bob entered the field.Above the boisterous chatter,she could just make him out, in his fresh pressed uniform.He’s alone in a big field,clutching the sandwichziplock bag, his water bottle swaying awkwardly.A soccer ball strayed to him.Making...
  • tithe
    on Sep 23, 2009 in church
    A red velvet purse the shape of apitcher, fixed on the end of a metalpole, reached the length of each pew.My grandmother thrusted a psalm ofa note in my small palm, taught meby hand softly, how to give is to receive.Denominations in dollars and notes...
  • Blog Award from Angie
    on Jul 11, 2009 in award
    Angie from "Woman, ask the question" has bestowed this glitzy blog award. I had been thinking to myself, perhaps I'll stop obsessing about writing poetry on reaching my 100th post. So is this a sign not to stop or what? Mmmm...my royal duties are to...
  • our nation's fireworks
    on Jul 9, 2009 in nation-building celebration
    We’ve outshone ourselves. How our little island stateleapt from third world to first. From attap housesand tenements to five-roomers and fitted condos.A rags to riches story. Some say, an economic miracle.Our immigrant forefathers came to seek thei...
  • homunculus
    on Jul 8, 2009 in mother
    I couldn’t quite figure the chantingtaking on a life, ooga-chaka ooga-chaka.A bobbing, naked baby, amorphousand dancing to a biological beat.Then, that monster urge towards hubris,mould the shape-shifting body to its purpose.Overwhelming desire tin...
  • girl meets stranger, in dream
    on Jul 6, 2009 in dreams
    image by Fractal ArtistI’ve no idea where I am. Feels like disembodiedconsciousnessness but I have a body. Murkilywandering in a place which refracts everythingI’ve ever thought about, filled with phantoms.Wait, it’s sculpturing a plot. I like...
  • Discovery & Living, India and Laos
    on Jul 4, 2009 in travel TV
    Plain of Jars image by Andrea PeveraliSheesh Mahal image by lumiereTravel the Wright way, douse the trip with humour.Rollicking fun in a vintage car, “To the palace, please.”At the Udaipur palace, Wright sipped tea with the Princess.More British...
  • Discovery & Living, India and Laos: encounters with humanity
    on Jul 4, 2009 in travel TV
    Plain of Jars image by Andrea PeveraliSheesh Mahal image by lumiereTravel the Wright way, douse the trip with humour.Rollicking fun in a vintage car. “To the palace, please.”At the Udaipur palace, Wright sipped tea with the Princess.More British...
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