Bad Code

A Poem

Aurelia Wong
May 27, 2020 · 1 min read
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Today I’m still a bad code in nature
But I laugh just like the crowd
Our history got wiped by the eye in the sky
I saved a copy in my palm
for private viewing

Or is it my delusion
We are never that close?

You ask me to give you another name
Not now, I need to think about it
Who am I to
name a human being

I will give you my second favorite word
Because my favorite one isn’t appropriate

Aurelia Wong

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I write novels, essays, poems. Author of YA sci-fantasy novel “Bright Decay”. http://www.aureliawong.com

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Aurelia Wong

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I write novels, essays, poems. Author of YA sci-fantasy novel “Bright Decay”. http://www.aureliawong.com

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We've Got a Story for You

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