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Author: ALEXANDER, MEENA
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Alexander, Meena Poet's Biography
7 poems available by this author
CENTRAL PARK, CAROUSEL Poem Text
First Line: June already, it's your birth month,
Last Line: If I die leave the balcony open!
Subject(s): World Trade Center Tragedy (9/11/2001); Merry-go-rounds; New York City - Terrorist Attack, 9/11
INDIAN APRIL Poem Text
First Line: Allen ginsburg on a spring day you stopped
Last Line: I hear you call: govinda, aaou, aoou!
Subject(s): Ginsberg, Allen (1926-1997); India; Family Life; Poetry & Poets
MUSE Poem Text
First Line: I was young when you came to me.
Last Line: This is pure transport
Subject(s): Language; Inspiration
NO AUTUMN IN MY COUNTRY Poem Text
First Line: Tu fu wrote 'clustered
Last Line: In his autumn meditation
Subject(s): Autumn; Seasons; Tu Fu (712-770); Fall; Du Fu
POEM BY THE WELLSIDE Poem Text
First Line: Body, you're a stranger here
Last Line: At nightfall, in your mother's country
Subject(s): Asian Americans; Immigrants
RAW SILK Poem Text
First Line: Open the door or I'll faint hearing amma's voice
Last Line: Raw silk turned to smoke in the night's throat
Subject(s): Children; Death; Family Life; Memory; Poetry Readings; Childhood; Dead, The; Relatives
THE YOUNG OF TIANANMEN Poem Text
First Line: If I had crimson I would write with it
Last Line: What ink can inscribe them now / the young of tiananmen?
Subject(s): Tiananmen Square Incident, 1989