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ChiehTing Yeh Poems
Green, that was the color she liked Green, that was the color of life Green, that was the sign to unite Green, that was the sign for earth right
Coldness, Darkness Spiraling down his spine as he ran Away, from the entangling threat and stresses Of his present and his past.
Julia My Love
It all started when our eyes first connect Electric current and pure love, respect. The inane Cupid had shot his arrows Eliminating the boundary and the empty hollows.
I, You, Hlm
I remember the day when we met I thought I was Romeo and you were Juliet I was a young cadet, built and fearless I stood with envy, my fair goddess
The Street Empty, the Sun Set
The street empty, the sun set The shadow consumes my habitat I sat in my rocking chair and lit a cigarette Rocking back and forth to the sound of old cassettes
If you were a boat, I will be the lighthouse Guiding, directing you To the safe harbor in my arms
You and Me
I sat in this room, in this leathered chair Worried about nothing but myself and my hair I remembered her comment on my newly bought shirt And the sky blue shoes that came in a pair.
Comments about ChiehTing Yeh
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Green, that was the color she liked
Green, that was the color of life
Green, that was the sign to unite
Green, that was the sign for earth right
Green, a symbol for oasis paradise
Green, a symbol that entice
Green, that was reason I loved her first
But green… was the tint on my face the day she died.