POEM: Daiane Moret recounts the impacts of her family selectively remembering their White history over their Black.
POEM: Ilyas Papantoniou remembers his early childhood like it was a lifetime away.
POEM: Merrindahl Andrew contemplates country and the habitation of stolen places as a non-Indigenous Australian.
POEM: Vesna Cvjetićanin reminisces about her hometown of Sombor, Serbia.
POEM: Zoe Alexandria ponders the comforts of the celestial while missing someone far away.
POEM: Ranjitha Krishna explores the tumult of learning and unlearning painful lessons handed down by White, heteronormative power structures.
POEM: Kiran Bhat describes the turbulence of living in the spaces in-between.
POEM: Pip Sheehan meditates on their natural surroundings, feeling and listening for the many histories imbued therein.
POEM: Kiran Bhat describes his experiences debating at school and the impossibility of navigating the arbitrary feedback of a racist voice.
POEM: Kiran Bhat reflects on his grappling to learn his ‘mother tongue’ amid discouragement and dislocation.