Ally Chua

Ally Chua works in the communications industry in Singapore, and writes poems when she's not replying emails within seven working days. She finds inspiration from a wide variety of sources, including Richard Siken's words, the lyrics of Brian Fallon and Leonard Cohen, and zombie video games.


i slice the ribbed pork; blood seeps onto plastic cutting board. my mum says, blunt knives are safe. i am not a doctor, but surely clean amputation is safer than dull chop, pulling and tugging until the decayed spine snaps …

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