Dear Poem: A Magical Experience with Cyril Wong
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Dear Poem: A Magical Experience with Cyril Wong

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A trilingual anthology of the best of the best of Cyril Wong's poetry. This is a tribute to his eloquence and beauty and was translated with dedication and love by his scribe, number 1 fan and friend R.A. Sputnikoi.
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Published 2012 by Self-published
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Elryxe Detristeange
A work in progress by two poets I really love, r.a. sputnikoi and Cyril Wong. In real life, they are friends, a fan and an author who turned into best buddies through emails and chats. r.a. sputnikoi was a devoted fan to Cyril and in this collection, he showed his love by translating his favorite poems of Cyril Wong to Filipino and English, and some French, just so that the world would know and realize the beauty and eloquence of his beloved poet's art.
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CYRIL WONG has been called Singapore's first confessional poet. Author of nine volumes of poetry and a collection of strange tales, his poems are known for their "lyrical intensity" and for "training an almost anthropologically curious eye on the laws and customs of his own family: their strange taciturn ways, their gnomic references to disappointment and guilt, and their penchant for self-delusio...more
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