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Japanese Garden 1937.

Preparing the Nanking region:
 Wash blades on both sides, Cut limbs that intrude, Clear ghostly
trunks.
Planting Process:
Dig holes in the acidic soil Sow root balls or bury heads first, Next,
smother with ashes of the blackened earth, Then water
 from the bloody Yangtze River. In the end, tangled roots of
weeping willows. 


Wun Kuen Ng studied English literature at Barnard College. She went on to earn her MFA in creative writing and MBA in general management from Mills College. Currently, she is a financial writer for a website. She enjoys practicing yoga, walking, and musing about New York City, where she lives.
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Title Annotation:Three Poems
Author:Ng, Wun Kuen
Publication:World Literature Today
Article Type:Poem
Geographic Code:9JAPA
Date:May 1, 2014
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