Read my poems using the links below
Ghost City Press; Summer Series 2022 Micro-Chapbook
This collection includes poetry and embroidery about making the decision of leaving a cult in favor of the outside world
Lucinda Sato navigates through a lifetime of hardships, questions of her identity, and love with boldness
Mixed Asian Media
What I like about you is that you walked/into Poston Prison and said I know/what this place needs: a playground,
We who are free/and reduced lunch poor./We who are more/America than motherland.
I think seventeen is too young to//marry//die
i/think vertically but am still dis/connected from the body
lines that whisper my past, my future/Astronomy of the skin
do you still hold/guilt?/I have/three eyes:
Ghost City Review
This time Lil Wayne advised me to stop it.
Until I was a mother my life was a blank/sheet of paper waiting to be shaped.