By Sun ShihMin

Prunus* burns hard
You  come into her great—light—rustling arms

Prunus taiwaniana Hayata :Endemic, in the central part of Taiwan. Also called Wusheh cherry.

Dashing  gurgling river
Between the approaching dark and dawn
A crane  taking off
Silent chime  unfold:
Dazzling home  lanterns summer night
Back home—

Sun, Shih-Min ( H.S ) holds a BA degree in Fine Art and started writing while working abroad,
inspired deeply by family, trainers, and friends. Currently, she lives in Taipei, Taiwan.

She loves writing as a way to interpret still life and scenes of bond through language.
Her work was selected for Atlanta Review 2022 International Poetry Competition in Merit Award. 

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