Two Poemsby Reid Mitchell
I poisoned the words for love.
We will hang the scroll in her shop,
Reid Mitchell comes from New Orleans, where he still maintains a mailing address, but has been staying in Hong Kong. Any places he lays his hat is his home. Both these poems were written in a sports bar in the Charterhouse Hotel, and he especially thanks Alison and Queenie for their help. He has published works of history, fiction, poetry, and, in collaboration with Hong Kong poet Tammy Ho Lai-Ming, a series of dialogues. His poems have most recently appeared in Asia Literary Review, Origami Condom, and Poetry Macao.
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