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Special Project: 45 Poems: Reflection & Response

Poetry by Ellen Huang
(San Diego, California, USA)

Reversals
Published January 19, 2019
Poetry by Ellen Huang - 45 Poems - Eleventh Transmission
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How

easy

it is

to

forget

the nails the whips the thorns the betrayal the lion's jaws the
underground the prisons the cutoffs the escape on boats

once

you're

on

the

other

end

and

safe

with

power.
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Biography
Ellen Huang is a relentless believer that stories have power. She loves
directing skits, writing genderbent fairy tales, reenacting Disney scenes,
playing bad guys, and finding fellowship in artistic events. She is the
Managing Editor of
Whale Road Review. She has works published in
Perfume River Poetry Review, The Gallery, The Driftwood, The Folks, and
Hummingbird Review. She can often be found just being nocturnal, and is
trying to go to bed earlier--you know, by midnight.