POEM Kristine Ong Muslim

NWR Issue 106

Little Falls, Arcadia

The grass-covered beasts
of Little Falls – a sprawl that resists
weathering, a sprawl that balances
what’s left of the dwindling coastal
plain – conceal the path to the cliffs...


Kristine Ong Muslim is the author of three books, We Bury the Landscape (Queen’s Ferry Press, 2012), Grim Series (Popcorn Press, 2012), and A Roomful of Machines (ELJ Publications, 2015). Her poems and short stories are published in the likes of Sou’wester, Southword and The State. She lives in a small farming town in southern Philippines and serves as poetry editor for LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction. Her website can be found here

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