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 .
Thursday, December 9, 2010
For the Anchor of My Soul
I am remarkably gleaming in the dark
Holding this exquisite feeling,like my last attempt to soar believing,
Someone has finally decided to take
The flight to heaven with me
To see the repartee amidst darkness
And took me to a beatified walk into moonlight
Beyond the fences of our dreams we saw
A beautiful view,the moment our eyes meet.
For all the love
I thank you sweetheart
For the compelling feeling we have while facing the river
For my lengthy,black hair swaying in your breath
Every time you leaned forward and whisper in my ears "I love you"
For all the time you gaze at me and the moon lurch out
For the flame of passion you wrap around me
Every moment you made me feel it's valentines' day
My fresh dew,in the grass,for all seasons;
A flowing stream of stillness and calm;
My love,sometimes i can't believe you're real
God gave you to me to turn to
And you to need me to love
He handed me a handsome King
For me to gently put on my soft sweet wings
Everything took a turn for the better.
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