Nhuan LeXuan

Rookie - 50 Points [ThanhThanh] (1930 / Vietnam)

Nhuan LeXuan Poems

1. The Days Dad Got Imprisoned 6/18/2005
2. To Yosemite Thinking Back To Vietnam 6/26/2005
3. Reflections 6/26/2005
4. Girl-Friend 2/10/2006
5. The Flames Flared My Pain 9/10/2006
6. Thank You, Mother! 10/7/2006
7. Inside The Cathedral 12/23/2006
8. Picturesque For Ever 3/11/2007
9. To Mississippi 3/11/2007
10. Once Upon A Time 3/11/2007
11. Evening Melody 3/11/2007
12. Love At First Sight 3/11/2007
13. Unfinished Symphony 3/11/2007
14. Let Me Lie Together With You 3/11/2007
15. Autumn Trees And Humans 3/11/2007
16. The Forbidden Fruit 3/11/2007
17. The Old Shelf 3/11/2007
18. Dialogue Between Man And Muse 3/11/2007
19. I Have Left Behind 2/13/2009
20. If 2/13/2009
21. After The Year 2000 2/13/2009
22. Angels 2/13/2009
23. The Two Women 2/13/2009
24. No, Thank You 2/13/2009
25. The Creator 2/13/2009
26. My Quest 2/13/2009
27. Confiding In Young Bro. 2/13/2009
28. The Humane Hearts 7/4/2009
29. Twin Towers, Farewell For Ever! 9/10/2006
30. Suffering 9/10/2006
31. Forbidden Fruit 12/23/2006
32. Your Birthday, Christmastide 12/23/2006
33. The Late Rose 12/23/2006
34. Nostalgia 3/11/2007
35. Dad's Merit Is Like Mt. Everest 6/16/2011
36. Thank You, America! 5/26/2004
37. Wishes 11/28/2004
38. Truth 12/2/2004
39. Owing To Eve 12/18/2004
40. Laud To Pope John Paul Ii 12/20/2004
Best Poem of Nhuan LeXuan

Under The Purple Flowers

In the purple flowers’ shade
You kissed me the first kiss.
The moon lit its light of jade;
The cicadas sang their song of bliss.

Then, time passed fast and blind;
You went to your studies above
Leaving the purple flowers behind
With such a dreamlike love.

In each letter sent to the old place
You said you still missed this start
With the purple flowers of grace
And this young and true heart.

I have come back each day alone
To see the old flowers obsess
And hear the cicadas groan;
I feel such a vague distress.

I have nurtured ...

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Grant Me A Smile

Unable to see you for just one day
Suffices to lade my heart with sorrow.
I had lived a rubbish life for many years,
Until one day: much grief for the morrow.

You came into my existence as a gale
For far-off melancholy to surge.
I had already forgotten my karma;
You had the heart me to fancy you to urge!

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