So many moons

Along the road
So many moons
the faces from the past

Shone – the right half
the low ceiling
echoes the whisper

The dim lights catch
the laughter of echoes
so many moons

Flying over a moon
suddenly it is real
looking back

So many faces
along the road
all the way

to the last door
So many moons

Miho Kinnas is a Japanese writer and translator. Her book of poems, Today Fish Only, was published by Math Paper Press of Singapore in 2015. Miho’s poems also appeared in Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, 24Pearl: The Magazine, and Really System. The Classical Gardens of Shanghai (HKU Press, 2016) and Quixotica: Poems East of La Mancha (Chameleon Press, 2016) included her poems. Her translations of poems appeared in Poetry Kanto (2015) and Star*Line (2015). She holds an MFA in creative writing in poetry from City University of Hong Kong and is a member of Island Writers’ Network of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA, where she currently resides.

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