Of Stars and Streetlights

What writing a poem a day for 6 years will do to a person (in a good way).

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An asian man with short hair and glasses in a suit looks forward and holds his left hand up in a loose fist. There is a microphone in front of him, and a water jug and glass to his left. The right side of his body is lit purple and the left side is lit blue, visually splitting him in half.

Image Credit: Lucy Parakhina

  • Created and Performed by: Albert Lin

'Of Stars and Streetlights' is a one-man theatrical spoken-word poetry performance exploring nature, suburbia, and the mundane beauty that surrounds us. It is the story of one man's journey with poetry, and all the lessons he learned along the way.

Get ready for an hour of low-stakes, introspective poems and commentary that leaves you feeling good, and a few funny bits thrown in for free.

Albert Lin has written a poem a day since the 15th of February 2017. That's over 2,000 poems! Some of them are even decent. Take a walk through his mind and see how sometimes making something your personality isn't a bad thing.

'Of Stars and Streetlights' was originally developed as part of Shopfront's Artslab emerging artist program.

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