Poet and translator. Engaged in poetry writing, literary translation and research. Translations include Nietzsche's Essays and A New School of Women's Poetry, Or Birth.
I get used to night
Get used to say my hometown when I face the vastness of the north
Once I say it, my hometown trembles
Until I can't squeeze out a complete word
I will pull myself out
baking myself over and over
Until my whole body turns yellow, like a perfectly cooked steak
which can be divided into two
A pain relief, and a drunk......