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Weeping Forsythia

Forsythia suspensa. (MarjonBesteman, Pixabay)

“I am a stranger / learning to worshop the strangers / around me // whoever you are / whoever I may become”
– June Jordan.

Anni Liu is a writer and translator from Xi’an, Shaanxi, and Bowling Green, Ohio. Her work is published or forthcoming in Pleiades, Waxwing, Cream City Review, The Margins, and elsewhere. She is completing her MFA at Indiana University and helps out with The Tenderness Project. Learn more about her here.

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Anni reads “Ars Poetica in a Dream Language,” “Lian Qiao, Forsythia suspensa or weeping forsythia,” and “Finding Fruit.”

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