There are overitems in print and electronic formats. The majority of the collection are in English, and about 20 percent are in Malay and the rest are in other languages.
Frank Bangay and Spare Change Books. Fear - Spring Spring is rising - August A love song from the wasteground - Park song - Pretty girl - September They say, they say - Woman on a park bench with birds - August Seeing and knowing - possibly Stigma no.
Solidarity - Spring The road to our awakening - September When a man cries - pictures: The lonely city - People in hospital grounds - August Food and shelter - October Tonight faith won - December Voices of experience - May Pieces of ourselves In solidarity - Spring The laughing flowers - January The soul of a man - March Old time friends - August A journey through the psychiatric corridors - January Glimmers of light - March A river of tears - October And the walls they do listen "I retreat to my bed with a book of poetry by William Blake.
Nurses take it away" - August In this strange land - May In prayer - October And the walls do listen - February When words of friendship are spoken - May A cosmic issue - August In loneliness - picture Autumn night - Vision part 1 - part 2 - November Shocked treatment - December The gnomes in Battersea Park - May Pornography - August Urban Muse - June Voices of Experience - September Tough guy gets sensitive - December A path to light [with a footnote on plants that store water] - [and more] Bangay, F.
Internet blog Bangay, F. Poetry Express Newsletter 46 online Appears in different forms:Literacy is traditionally meant as the ability to read and write.
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