by Jade Yeung

BWR 48.2 Chapbook

Hippocampus Split

in a ritual of trespasses   I had forgotten

the first trespass   before language   there’s body

what it remembers  when I don’t  to survive

there’s willed forgetting   what cochlea

keep from brain   like secrets

fingers   all they did  point  claw


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Jade Yeung is a Toishanese American writer and artist from Brooklyn, NY. They have received support from Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, Community of Writers, and Fine Arts Work Center. Jade has appeared in or is forthcoming from Honey Literary, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Cosmonauts Avenue, Kissing Dynamite, and Lammergeier. Currently, they’re working on a hybrid poetry collection and finishing their MFA at Rutgers University- Newark where they’re a Trustee Fellow. Stay in touch at