Fall 2016

Edited by Andrea Spofford | Barry Kitterman | Amy Wright



Poetry

Unforgiving

Kimiko Hahn


Like     the snow leopard—
                                          the mysterious existence           deduced
          from tracks, droppings, and stories

yes, like         the snow leopard
                                                threatened         by her neighbor’s
              desire for body parts 

                                I conceal myself

Like her            I know
                               my terrain              is                      unforgiving




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