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Volume 19


The Other Side - Spring 2018


Verse

Lawdenmarc Decamora

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Lawdenmarc Decamora

Lawdenmarc Decamora holds an MFA in creative writing and is presently completing his MA in literary and cultural studies while teaching literature and humanities at a prestigious Philippine university. His poetry has appeared in literary journals in the UK, Australia, China, Israel, the Philippines, India, Canada, Mauritius, Vietnam, and many places in the US and Singapore. He is also a recipient of national writing fellowships in both creative writing and criticism in the Philippines. His poems are forthcoming in Kitaab, LONTAR, and Poésie Bleu Souterrain.

        
      
       
            
              

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Agnotology


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If it were possible to arrest the sun,

I would be ignorance counting down

your nameless beasts,

                        the swallowing yellow

of your hair,

                         the slain light

in between trees and radio

static memory.

                                    I freeze.

I am no sunshine

that spreads more beams. I

am no other. I

                         forget.

 

 

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