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Kunwar Pankaj Siddharth. R 36, The Aftermath. Jasbir Kaur. How might we work the surface ever mindful of what is behind the surface, the texture of language, the contingency of social practice, the evaporation of consciousness? Thanks for posting these poems. You are commenting using your WordPress.

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