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A poem that was born in the midst of contemplation, as lights went out in a room. What if someone, Switched off all the lights, And plunged us, Into the dark, Dancing, In shadows no longer existent, A dozen pirouettes, The waltz behind a hymn, Worries that plagued us, Now light as a feather. … Continue reading MUMBLED WORDS ON A PAGE by MARK OOI
In a society where use of technology will always be necessary and part of essential processes of our daily lives—commuting, eating, submitting work, completing work, sending greetings or condolences—it is also as easy for us to share our work and receive feedback on it. Because we can connect with family, we can also connect with … Continue reading 3.5: The Contemporary Conversation