Anna Jasinska

Anna J Jasinska is a Polish-American poet and molecular biologist, currently sharing her time between Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and Bethesda. Her poems appeared in the California Quarterly, Cardinal Points, Oddball and Passengers Journal. She received honorable mentions in the English and Spanish language categories in the Oregon Poetry Association’s contest.

By the pond

there was a school where classrooms were empty and wide opened windows stared at scattered books, crayons on the floor and children’s faces knocked down from the wall, frames smashed. No lessons these days – now, it’s a bomb shelter. …

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