Author: Eksentrika

POETRY | Primogeniture by Deborah Wong

Behold the butterfly’s lips of swirling beanstalk, Contouring face, Entangling several huntress knots, a girl/this girl refused to commit the patriarchal system, leaving behind the delusion she’d suffered for long like a lovechild over lashes of grace; A dream that has appeared by the river bank, in the blanks, asking her to fill them There, she portrays with a vivid smile, unwrapping the last-ditch. She looks on as the salt water breeze’s feeding – upon her eyes, nose and unspoken lips, Edelweiss is the mouthpiece, she uses to whisper – of petals tarnished by daffodils, to represent her loyalty...

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Penglipur lara di LRT Masjid Jamek

Penglipur lara (Storyteller) – kehidupan itu adalah penuh dengan cerita dan hikayat, yang membawa makna dan pedoman. Sedarlah hidup itu bukan untuk bersuka ria, malah untuk kita belajar menjadi lebih baik, menyantuni alam alam, dan sentiasa mengagungkan Allah yang Maha Esa. Artwork terbesar yang pernah aku hasilkan, 8 x 5 ft. Selama 4 hari bertapa di laluan terowong stesen LRT Masjid Jamek. 6 Oktober – 9 Oktober. Pengalamanku selama 4 hari melukis mural di laluan terowong LRT Masjid Jamek penuh dengan cerita. Permulaan hari pertama, bertemu dengan Allie Hill di depan stesen masjid jamek. Tanpa berlengah kami melangkah masuk...

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POETRY | Yellow String by Nesam Pillay

Image credit lingabhairavi.org   She whipped him playfully with a thin rattan stick and he said ‘I feel no pain’ bravely she asked him if he could not be hurt and began to whip herself ‘stop it….. you’re hurting me’ he said he stood at the edge of their meeting place when she got there, she circled him, round and round like ten times ‘have you gone mad? ‘ he asked ‘no I have not’ ‘I am like the world circling my sun’ she says ‘what would I be without my sun?’ ‘I’d be so cold, my life would be...

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POETRY | On My Block by Wan Rezal

There are stories everyday Laid on the pavement grey, The streets people wonder Tell tales of their sonders. Monsters and mobsters. A mother limps to the bank. She’s ragged and rank For her desperate fixation’s To pay for her child’s education. Meanwhile, Yellow shirts are gathered at a square To form a protest there Over a country gone sinister; With its servants and ministers. Hold up, let’s take a quick intermission As we bring you this breaking news transmission. The citizens are now actually interested In the sum’ and sum’ billion. Then again, how do you know the truth’s...

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