A Variable Life

What love embraces -beyond multifaceted gestures-
To whom persisted too variably; or whenever it may come,
Whatever it has become, the open heart
Enjoys its immediate past. Blissful presence to learn &
Know, seasonality; chased by
The young and getting
That solo only joy would enhance.

Be a happenstance, or cover yourself up.
I capture your mind as a film poem,
Exposed in experience, for I always see
How happy you will be without losing me at last.
You want me more when
I extend your company to its meaningful end.
Out of passion lower my strong knees- and come-.


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Ann Huang is a seasoned marketer with more than fifteen years of experience working with the spoken and written word. As an MFA recipient in Poetry from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, Huang’s poetry has appeared online and in print extensively. Her recent manuscript, Saffron Splash was a finalist in the Cleveland State University Poetry Center’s Open Book Poetry Competition. Huang’s new poetry collection, Delicious and Alien, is due out in 2017. Her poems follow the surrealistic gestures that weave reality into divergent realms of perspectives and perceptions.

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