Albert Wong

(7/09/1940 / Hong Kong)

A Summer Silent Night.


Moonlight illumination spreads marine,
Hand in hand step across a white sandy beach,
Get on Same a skiff,
You are sculling when I dig up the oar.

Floats to the sea central committee,
With enjoys the happy dim light of night,
With will sue the future the fond dream,
Lies down in the deck.

Let the fishing line hangs down to fish,
Awaits calmly the fish to come be caught,
The continuation on and on thin sues.
Extends forecasts,
Forecast future ideal.

Fish not yet being caught,
But remembers for ever started,
A summer day of unforgettable Eve.

Submitted: Friday, June 08, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 09, 2011
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