As promised, here's one (out of the six) of our submissions to the 2018 Hawker Prize—poem "yuan liang 原谅" by Joshua Ip, published in Volume 5 Issue 2. Playing on the (mis)pronunciation of forgiveness/to forgive in Mandarin and the consequent struggle with what forgiveness means, Ip's poem ultimately ends with the "question[ing of] memory, and language itself, as a viable medium for meaning and ultimately for forgiveness" (Ip, 2018).
(Ip, Joshua. (2017). Exegesis. The Eloquent Orifice, 5(2), e17–20.)