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"It is through Frost, [Edith Tiempo] writes, that she learned how 'the rhythm tells us how to go.' From the innate grace in the internal shifts of her poems, and her insights on the haiku, the pantun, and kakekotoba, one supposes that her own 'how' has been nurtured more by Asian, rather than Western poetry." Kristine Domingo on Edith Tiempo • High Chair

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