Here are poems that touch us then glide away before we can catch them,yet at times they stop us and cut like a penknife. Maybe Something is to be savored in solitude or perhaps with Memory for company.
—Suchen Christine LimA lyricism of transgression and tenderness, of generous imagination as the self comes to terms with its displacement in the world. —Paolo Manalo These poems are a study of emotion, a subtle symphonic venturing into thethemes of love and loss. If you have been there, this collection is for you.—Lily Rose Tope
About the Author
Isabela Banzon is the author of Lola Coqueta and Paper Cage and coeditor of An Anthology of English Writing from Southeast Asia (Singapore). She teaches at the University of the Philippines and lives in Quezon City.