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POETRY / Peace / Ann Huang

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Poetesses write & dream:
puncture, skin, ruby,
Moringa plant, wood,
gone. Their friend’s 
piano; the pages
for a friend
as she tastes her age;
the friend’s pages the progression
they’ve saved. The timber
is not a lesson in which
they could miss. The city
is slim. They feed 
from its center.


Ann Huang was born in China and moved to Mexico when she was a teen. As an MFA recipient in Poetry from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, Huang’s poetry has appeared online and in print extensively. Her poem “Night Lullaby,” was a Ruth Stone Poetry Prize finalist. Huang's book-length collection, Saffron Splash, was selected as finalist in the CSU Poetry Center's Open Book Poetry Competition. Huang's new poetry collection, A Shaft of Light, is due out in 2019. Her poems follow the surrealistic gestures that weave reality into divergent realms of perspectives and perceptions. Visit AnnHuang.com to read more of her work.