john tiong chunghoo
Haiku - The Only Thing Not Taken - Poem by john tiong chunghoo
the only thing not taken
a poetry book
note - the feature editor in the newspaper office where I work use to give away books which are considered not suitable to be reviewed. This afternoon there was a stack of about six books on the table. I took three by Colin Thubron. Just now I walked past the table, only one book remained. It was a poetry book by a Singaporean who had migrated to Australia.
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