Hahn: Two Poems

Poetry Kimiko Hahn

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I am not gigantic            and I don’t keep my head down—like
                               the now-extinct                  elephant bird. And          if
I had wings, they’d be more

                                           than miniscule      shriveled          arms.
Nor am I  [...]

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Issue 22

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22

Winter 2015

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​Kimiko Hahn’s most recent books are Brain Fever and Toxic Flora (both W. W. Norton). She teaches in the MFA Program for Creative Writing and Literary Translation at Queens College.

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