Monthly Archives: April 2018

Thirsty (Sept. 2017)

The sense of you filling me As I hold a book, Imagine you next to me And me kissing you. Oh, my poor book! Advertisements

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Love’s Truth (Sept. 2017)

Oh wonderful wonder, this beauty of you! Restorer of meaningful morning—sky blue! Grim shadows had darked me, gone was my light, I looked about, finding—only cold night. I searched, searched everywhere, nought could see through, Till a match was struck—there! … Continue reading

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My World (from Sept. 2017)

You are the world, the one true world, to me, A constant sun, a pure and steady star. All other things mean not too much to me; Men’s battles and their bickerings seem so far. Yet you are over sea, … Continue reading

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When (from Nov. 2017)

When I come to the airport in KL Why will I be there? Because of you. Why will you be there? Because of me. That is all we know. It is enough.

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Entirely (from Nov. 11, 2017)

I sit in my room alone and think of you, And I am not alone— not entirely. I think of you and I am happy, Though not entirely. I visualize your face, I see you smile. I almost hear you … Continue reading

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Double Blessing

The ancient Chinese philosopher/poet Brian Hu said that love is a blessing, not from the ill-logical gods, but from one’s self, for the gods know nothing about valuing. And so, as Brian Hi went walking on this simple path, he … Continue reading

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Upon The Grass (Oct. 2017)

My love, I say I need you, and that is true. But no, I am not lost without you, no. My mind is still my own, I’ve my own will, And yet, when all us said and done, I need … Continue reading

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