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"True Heart" by Guohua Li


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Published January 15th, 2024

True Heart

by Guohua Li

Hurricane Ian has blown the summer to the sea,
Frost-bitten leaves are weeping in the rain.
My rose garden lies in sadness and disarray,
Except for the Poet's Wife, refusing to give in.

About the Poet
Guohua Li resides in Montebello, New York, United States.
Read the poet's biography on Guohua Li's Artist Page.

This poem is included in Comet #1, published in the Wax Poetry and Art Library.

Previously published in NYC Poetry Magazine:
Cow is Not a Horse

by Joshua Fesi

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