Wild Spring

Poetry Wong May

Because we were young
                                           our picnic
Was hard-boiled eggs & black coffee in a flask.
Because it was the last snow of winter, the cross-country
walkers
                           were ants
Ants lost in sugar
& the walks
Knife-edge creases  blueing on a  [...]

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Issue 22

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22

Winter 2015

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Wong May was born in China and lives presently in Dublin. Her most recent book—and her first in over thirty-five years—is Picasso’s Tears (Octopus Books).

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