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Eyes, Junoesque stars tittering, like she knew I was one of them—
I was one of them—

I am one of them—
Of the galaxies that pervade us, not us, just me—To look inside out intimately and suddenly—

Once again strangers in a city—words crisped to nothings on my teeth—
I marveled myself, a wind borne of two nations, blowing eternal in neither.

Yejin Suh is a Korean-American student in New Jersey. She has been recognized by the Scholastic Awards. Her work appears in Crashtest Magazine, The Eunoia Review, and Just Poetry.

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