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Ashley L. Gong

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Mother

Collecting themselves / and breaking apart, sunset the // blood between. Oceans spaced. / How many times have I wrestled // this tongue into Yours?

CELLebrate
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CELLebrate

In this installment of conVERSE, columnist Ashley L. Gong examines the cycle of students in an academic year.

The Impeccable Logic of Annenberg Mornings
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The Impeccable Logic of Annenberg Mornings

Columnist Ashley L. Gong explores how five minutes can make a big difference in this week's installment of conVERSE.

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Exoplanet

It’s a dark room, and we’re / torching our hands. We’re the shoplifters— / without penalty, looking for real estate.

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Fulcrum

The radio / plays the same song, frowning dirge. I’m / sick of that song. I’m sick of the sublime.