Where shall I write their name down? / Whose name will be published / on what side of my memory?
But the children are frolicking inside the palace of their mother’s empty stomach. They can’t say whether it’s day or night.
Snapshots from a South Korean dissident poet
“The ecology and economy of the region is under threat. This Transpacific Literary Project folio, Monsoon Notebook is for these essential, vanishing, and unruly waters.”
It is a school for the children with no tongues who were born to tongueless mothers. The school teaches only one subject: patience. “Patience is the greatest virtue in life,” say the fathers who can speak.