We Grow Old: 53 Chinese Love Poems
Huge Savings Item! Save 15% on the We Grow Old: 53 Chinese Love Poems by Brand: The Backwaters Press at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Yu-Han Chao writes with delicacy and power. Her poems speak on many levels about life, relationships and personal nightmares. Her work flows from a
Yu-Han Chao writes with delicacy and power. Her poems speak on many levels about life, relationships and personal nightmares. Her work flows from a mix of traditional Chinese culture, contemporary Taiwan and post-modern America. The resulting poems contain beauty and often wisdom. Many are worth reading over and over again. -Joe Farley
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