Author: Jun Hua Ea

Chantel in the Park 0

Chantel

In Bryant Park the air is sweet of summer’s birth despite the day’s exhaustion. You are lovely, Chantel – like it. As strangers tussle for chairs when the music cuts I pilfer a glimpse...

poem about coexistence 0

Walk (for S.)

Poem   It’s like the face of water, the quivering glisten of dusk intimating little yet all, at once. It’s the nape of the breeze, arcane notes of salt and aquatica as churns the...

poem about existence 0

Out of Words … a Bunch of Coos

Poem About Existence   1. Words have fled this world, we’re still here as so music, partially at least. 2. There’s no point really, nihilism’s that rare drug, the people can’t use. 3. Pluto...

0

Shore

Poems About Love   Today, I’m the ocean lapping your feet, swathing your back’s narrow, lave the tender bends of your legs. I would swallow you whole but you shouldn’t know; I’m already dreaming...

poem about nature 0

Susurration

Poem About Nature See how the wind straddles the branches, swelling, in fast embrace, then releases, and they rebound, slinging diminishingly ever, to meet again its torso of tided sinews in a tumble that...