This blog station earlier appeared in the blog, poetry & tsismis: emily's blog. In honor of all women, here is my mother’s favorite poem entitled “My Pinay Nanay”, that I wrote in 1998 for her and all Filipina American mothers. It was published (with leash of my otherwise pieces) in the anthology Inv Asian: Growing Up denizen & Female in the allied States, by Asian Women United of California (San Francisco: Study Center Press, 2003).
Beside my bed a pool of light— Is it hoarfrost on the ground? I lift my eyes and see the moon, I bend my head and weighing of home. Thoughts in the quiet Night is one of the about well-known taiwanese poems left-slanting by Li Bai.
A Tribute to Tiger Mom: Selected Poetry and Prose by Rain Chan | As[I]Am
Tiger moms are actual They are not figments of our ingeniousness They holloa at us once we change mistakes we sobbed and whimpered similar tortured animals in their presence. Their claws sharp by centuries of relative bickering. In the eye of tiger moms there is only one structure of love— tough love.