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Hanoch Guy spent his childhood among cacti and citrus groves He is a bilingual poet in Hebrew and English, He is professor emeritus of Hebrew and Jewish literature at Temple university. He has published extensively and won awards in Poetica,Mad Poet society.Poetry matters and Poetry Super Highway. Hanoch is the author of The road to Timbuktu(Travel poems), Terra Treblinka (Holocaust poems), We Pass Each Other on the Stairs, and Sirocco and Scorpions (Poems of Israel and Palestine). Hanoch resides in Elkins Park Pa. Visit him on the web here: www.hanochguy-kaner.com.
The following work is Copyright © 2015, and owned by Hanoch Guy and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
The dead are enamored
The dead lose confidence.
They contemplate summer,
Shortly after I am gone
Eyebrows grow wild.
A curious boy punches me in the balls
Ann Yu Huang
Ann Yu Huang was born in China and moved to Mexico when she was a teen. She holds a Master’s degree in Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and currently resides in Newport Beach, California. In 2012, Finishing Line Press published her first chapbook Love Rhythms, a collection reviewed and noted by Orange County Metro. Her poem “I Left the Radio On” was published in 2013 by EveryWritersResource.com, and “Entry” was published by Burlesque Press Variety Show in 2014. Huang’s another poem “Harmonica” is forthcoming in Blue Fifth Review this October. Visit Ann on the web here: www.AnnHuang.com
The following work is Copyright © 2015, and owned by Ann Yu Huang and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Beaches, Nights, which Brighten
Walking at dawn, red silk
the grey arrows of crossings,
renewed with departure and its light.