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October 2017

  By Carrie Lee   What I’m struggling with most of all Is finding balance Between truth and kindness My brother is making an art gallery on the walls Carving his sixteen year old emotions into sculptures His hands are his tools Touching, Feeling The plaster, Making it his own.   My mother sighed It’s just a phase She wanted

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By Harriet Sim   Dear Death,   How can I satisfy you?   Do I not allow you hours of nightly torment?   Do I not lay my docile body out each night for you to infest and congest my fragile conscience?   You send surges of constraint around my bruised chest when you

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  By Jeremy Sun They say home is where the heart is. My mother, my sister and I are visiting China. My father had visited the year before, and when he’d returned, he’d shown me all the photos he took, comparing them to photos he’d taken decades

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