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My guest today is Christina Nguyen (A wish for the sky), who writes:

I take time to write poetry every day, and I love writing in response to prompts. Most of what I write is Japanese short form poetry like haiku and tanka. Here is my poetic response to several of Peg’s photos.


tulip in my front yard

yes
just nod yes
yellow tulip



resting...

when you're ready
to put on those glass slippers
you'll find
your coach
right here



me, 1986

his absence
is no reflection on her
today
there are only memories
echoing down the hallway



Lucky Heart sign

lucky heart. . .
running through the grass
barefoot



Abby

spring breeze
through white curtains
puppy love





 

 

Christina Nguyen is a writer and poet living in Minnesota. She’s the editorial assistant for Atlas Poetica and plays with words and poetry on Twitter as @TinaNguyen. In 2012, some of her work will appear in Ribbons, Modern Haiku, red lights, A Hundred Gourds, Frogpond, Prune Juice, Moonbathing, Roadrunner, and other journals.

 






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