When it is over, you stitch me up, prettily

Five poems by Minying Huang

When it is over, you stitch me up, prettily

“Paradise,” poems by Andy Stallings

Minying Huang is reading for a BA in Spanish and Arabic at Oxford University. Her work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Your Middle East, PANK, Vagabond City, Crab Fat Magazine, and Nat. Brut. You can find her on Twitter @minyingh, Instagram @minyingh, and Facebook @minyinghuangpoetry.

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