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If you love me, say it at odd hours of the day and night, with your hand on my face or arm. These poets spell it out in moments of ecstasy, tinged with fear and from the deepest vulnerability. Young or old, each voice enters love as if for the first and last time, mining for meaning and celebrating the timeless paradox of impossible completeness.

CYRIL WONG

 

Cyril Wong is the Singapore Literature

Prize-winning author of Unmarked Treasure and Tilting Our Plates to Catch the Light.

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