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March 28, 2017


Yesenia Montilla

About This Poem


"This poem is a meditation on immigration and on dreaming of a borderless world. I am a daughter of immigrants and so I wanted to honor my parents and their journey. It is dedicated to Marcelo, a great poet, a dear friend, and someone who has suffered deeply due to our need to draw lines."
—Yesenia Montilla


Yesenia Montilla is the author of The Pink Box (Willow Books, 2015). She lives in New York City.



Poetry by Montilla


The Pink Box

(Willow Books, 2015) 

"I Am the Whole Defense" by Mai Der Vang


"Sharks in the Rivers" by Ada Limón


"gathering words" by María Luisa Arroyo




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