Wen-Juenn Lee

Wen-Juenn Lee is a poet and editor living on unceded Wurundjeri land. In her writing, she is interested in gaps, leaks and spillage. She is a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow for 2022, and her writing has been published in Meanjin, Cordite, Going Down Swinging, among others.

let it be known

let it be known that I witnessed the valley. imprinted grass like the coast of ritual washed & walked on & two friends, two lovers bleated at dogs. here lies a shadow let it be mine, I say. let it …

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for sylvie & the moonee ponds creek

something milked & my tummy rumbles I haven’t seen the sea in so long. I read somewhere that sand is carried by river a product of endless watery movement but let me not be a thing that carries or is …

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