From HIROSHIMA-NAGASAKI to You…. ヒロシマ,ナガサキからのお願い
For this Mother’s Day この母の日に
Map of an Onion: Kenji Liu’s exquisite cultural-political, intimate Poetry
GENERATION NEXUS – Reflections
Blackanese Raptivist: Aisha Fukushima
KARTIKA REVIEW: my poem is published in Latest Issue!
One of the best Asian-American literary journals in the United States is The Kartika Review. The Spring 2012 issue was just released, with my first published poem entitled: For Kiyoko, Epitaph/Chikai published in the issue. It is a poem dedicated to my mother, who just passed away this past September.
Poem excerpt: “Farewell” by Agha Shahid Ali & my comments
Excerpt from poem: FAREWELL by great Kashmiri-American poet Agha Shahid Ali (February 4, 1949 — 8 December 2001) from his work: The Country Without a Post Office.
Poem by San Francisco-based Blasian Hapa Poet Sabrena Taylor: Hair 2
Demilitarized Zones: Excerpt from a poem by Doug Rawlings
Stanza from: Demilitarized Zones by Doug Rawlings They came to torture us these children of the dust to torture us with their eyes with their lies with the hatred in their eyes the ice in their smiles the wretchedness of their lives
“Letter to Myself as a Newborn” by Kenji Chienshu Liu
Letter to Myself as a Newborn by Kenji Liu (Kyoto, Japan) Thirty-two years ago. 4:12 pm. A forest, river and hospital.