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Tangerine Trees & Little Bags Of Sugar

Su Cho reads "She Rose," "Tangerine Trees and Little Bags of Sugar," "After the Burial The Dead Take Everything That Burns," and "Gratitude for His Hands."

Tangerine tree

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Tangerine tree.

“Many fine poems begin with ideas, but if you tell too many faces this, or tell it too loudly, they will get the wrong idea.”
-Mary Ruefle from Madness, Rack, and Honey

Su Cho received her BA in Psychology, English, and Creative Writing from Emory University. She is currently a third year poet in the IU MFA program and the Editor-in-Chief of Indiana Review. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming from The Journal, BOAAT, Crab Orchard Review, Thrush Poetry Journaland others.

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