New Poems over @ We Are A Website!

It’s always such a gratifying experience to have my poems put out into the world, ready to go on their own journeys and become friends with the rest of the world, but what’s more fun is knowing that your work and their stories have become a part of a bigger organism, a whole kaleidoscope of words translating into stories of so many different voices and personalities.

The exact same has happened to three of my poems, which are all featured on Singapore-based literary journal We Are A Website, under the theme of Hazy/Humid.

“The One Easy Guy”

“Drifter”

“#OnBeing20”

“The past weighs down the present in three poems by Troy Cabida, but, at the end, its grip seems loosened and flight to where the air is clear seems possible.”

Eva Aldea, Clara Chow, Christine Lee and Yen Yen Wu
We Are A Website editors
Singapore
October 2015

Thank you to the editors and the readers for the love. I hope you enjoy diving into our stories.

Follow them through the sites below to keep yourself updated with news about the journal and for the following calls for submissions!

Web Map:

Twitter: @weareawebsite

Facebook: We Are A Website

– Troy

Published by troycabida

Troy Cabida (b. 1995) is a London-based Filipino poet. He has been a member of the Barbican Young Poets, the Roundhouse Poetry Collective and is a producer for open mic night Poetry and Shaah. His poems have appeared in TAYO, harana, Bukambibig, Cha and Ink, Sweat and Tears. His debut poetry pamphlet "War Dove" is published under Bad Betty Press.

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