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Isaac: Poems

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Life is never short of inspirations. With the right dosage of curiosity, ordinary things are never ordinary. Common occurrences and seemingly insignificant events open up the hatchway to a whole new realm of possibilities.

In Yong Shu Hoong's first collection of poems, which was originally published in 1997, he documents his encounters and observations in America and Singap
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Paperback, 81 pages
Published 2007 by Firstfruit Publications (first published 1997)
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I'm a fan! Bought Do While (not in GoodReads) as a Christmas present a few years ago.
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Yong Shu Hoong has published four books of poetry: Isaac (1997),do-while(2002), Frottage (2005), which won the 2006 Singapore Literature Prize, and From within the Marrow (2010).

His poems have been included in literary journals like Quarterly Literary Review Singapore and Asia Literary Review (Hong Kong), as well as anthologies likeLanguage for a New Century: Contemporary Poetry from the Middle Ea
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