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Father - Ai Jiang

I never understood

the weight of my reliance

on the strength of my father

until his worn cheek

met my shoulder.


Bio:

Ai Jiang is a Chinese-Canadian writer and poet who graduated with a BA in English Literature from The University of Toronto and a current student at Humber School for Writers. Her work has appeared in Maudlin House and is forthcoming in Beyond Words Magazine, Star 82 Review, and elsewhere. More at aijiang.ca.

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