• claire lin

    collecting pieces of eternity

    on forgetting, family, and living as a human

    November 20, 2020
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    I have nearly forgotten the world. Some days, I even go without peeling my curtains back—sitting, hunched over a silly brick of data and lithium. I nibble on internet jokes written by strangers I don’t care about. I forget to dream, and sometimes I forget to breathe. I get writer’s block. A lot. I also […]

    bend and snap

    finding, losing, and spinning back into dance

    October 15, 2020
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    My first memory of creating myself was when I came home from watching ballet for the first time, marched into my living room, closed my eyes, and poured my body into the shapes I had just witnessed in Swan Lake. I was three years old and sure I could feel my body joining my soul. […]