Lek Borja

Writer, Resume

Used any key to enter
Entered a relationship (a field | breath)
Resisted, repelled, the keys that wrote the white voice (soft as cotton)
Confessed in the bedroom: of an unnatural abundance of food | blimps (the dead people in this story)
Filled an event of bodies with the unnatural, and mourned each others’ hands, eyes, and not being able to marry
Emptied the bodies out of the bedroom
Remembered language
Breathed (remembered)
Found an empty lot, keyed it in the story, the bodies found in the outskirts of the most natural city
Experienced myself | the sickness | the food another body once ate
Entered a sexual body, the American one
Used keys to remember, the cotton | the war on the sickness, (the field of) pain
Used power | the abundance of empty lots
The power, the (field of) sickness
To exit | to enter

Lek Borja

Lek Borja is a poet and artist based in California. Her chapbook of experimental poetry, Android, was released in April 2011 by Washington D.C. based publisher, Plan B Press. Her work has been shown in galleries and festivals throughout America. She can be contacted at http://lekborjastudio.com

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