Now home feels like a place where you are alive, where worries are none but time and joy are one.
I know I can always return to my grandmother’s kitchen to bring us that little bit closer.
Hidden beneath the trailing sleeves of my hànfú (traditional Chinese dress), my fingers twitch inside their silver armour.
In the green of the fields, in the light filled rain, in the soft tincture of floral notes, is the light that fills part of my soul
On the bond between mother and daughter.
Cyrus had been given a small gift a few months ago, seated on the edge of the veranda whilst cracking the knuckles of his small hands.
Poetry inspired by Indigenous author Tony Birch’s novel, ‘The White Girl’.
On karaoke, family, and memory.
The city and the sea, in Mandarin and English.
A poem by Will Solomon.