Monthly Archives: February 2018

Meeting Matthew by Mary Tang

  Never had I seen so handsome a man   In his face I see my father, my brother and the child we lost thirty years ago.   I feel his eyes on me searching for something familiar. After a … Continue reading

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Sun Shower by Mary Tang

  It was as if the sun was weeping as it was trying to shine 。 All I remember was the warmth of the sun 。 Before I could turn to face him he was gone 。 The heat leaves … Continue reading

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Sculptor by Mary Tang

Sculptor, You push your thumb into the hollow of my cheek and frame my face without seeing these unborn eyes seeking yours. I sway with you this way and that held by a cradle of fingers your fingers tracing every … Continue reading

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