This is a collection of poems that I have written from the time i arrived in Hong Kong up to the present ; they tell of the things I have experienced and some speak of the experiences of others.Most of the poems were published in the e-pub of Asian Human Rights Commission and WUNRN (Women's United Nations Report Network) Some of my works regarding violence against women and poverty were also published in www.shetizenjournalist.com and www.worldpulse.com .
Monday, June 14, 2010
A Love Letter to John 10 (poem)
HE EDITS MY HEART I have heared the laughters of my wounded heart when i was so young, so innocent,so free and so warm. Down to the cruel days of my latest years I've laughed the laughs so blind and cold, Spitting the freezing air of my weary nights running on a numb lines of dark uncertainties. I've hugged the darts and the jokes of life without a question. Then out of nowhere, before the gates of my dreams close, He came to edit my heart. While the world keeps rolling he toss his life on the line swinging the needle of his heart to carelessly fix mine until I'm hearing my warm laughs each moment we're together discussing the knowns and unknowns of my edited heart.
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