May/June 2016 • Vol. XXXVIII No. 3 Nature's NatureMay 1, 2016 |

VI

      Like Professor Sara Lewis  I view the meadow as a stage for passion and yearning    courtship duets and competitions for affection   cruel deception and gruesome death Like the Professor     fluent in firefly       I am fluent in      on-the-sly       on-the-fly              when circumstances are  well   well lit

Already have an account? Login

Join KR for even more to read.

Register for a free account to read five free pieces a month from our current issue and digital archive.
Register for Free and Read This Piece



Or become a subscriber today and get complete, immediate access to our digital archives at every subscription level.
Kimiko Hahn
Kimiko Hahn’s tenth collection of poetry Foreign Bodies will be out in 2020. She teaches in the MFA Program in Creative Writing and Literary Translation, Queens College, City University of New York.

Read More

VII

By Kimiko Hahn

      Like Professor Sara Lewis  I view the meadow as a stage for passion and yearning    courtship duets and competitions for affection   cruel deception and gruesome death Like the Professor     fluent […]

V

By Kimiko Hahn

      Like Professor Sara Lewis  I view the meadow as a stage for passion and yearning    courtship duets and competitions for affection   cruel deception and gruesome death Like the Professor     fluent […]

Subscribe

Your free registration with Kenyon review incudes access to exclusive content, early access to program registration, and more.

Donate

With your support, we’ll continue 
to cultivate talent and publish extraordinary literature from diverse voices around the world.