"I wandered among / the sea," writes columnist Ashley L. Gong in her biweekly poetry column.
In her biweekly column, conVERSE, Ashley L. Gong writes contemporary poetry.
A boat is there if you still believe in the ocean
This weekly column series features contemporary poetry from Ashley L. Gong. The Crimson Arts Board welcomes critical and creative columnists working in all media.
Collecting themselves / and breaking apart, sunset the // blood between. Oceans spaced. / How many times have I wrestled // this tongue into Yours?
In this installment of conVERSE, columnist Ashley L. Gong examines the cycle of students in an academic year.
Columnist Ashley L. Gong explores how five minutes can make a big difference in this week's installment of conVERSE.
It’s a dark room, and we’re / torching our hands. We’re the shoplifters— / without penalty, looking for real estate.
The radio / plays the same song, frowning dirge. I’m / sick of that song. I’m sick of the sublime.