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Poem a Day 2014: Kelly Tsai, “Mao” (#20)

“Is it as funny when the indoctrinated look like you?” I’ve been teased for not liking the decorative vibe of a certain bar (which will remain unnamed) near Central Square, in Cambridge. But coming from a country whose “leaders” have … Continue reading

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