MaiLoan Lee


'Gone With The Wind'


Winter rain softly drops under the deep gray sky,
Gusty wind rushes through the thin chilled air.
Sad eyes and sorrowful face closes my empty soul from the cheering outside world.
Morning sun weakly drags my shattered heart into the darkness of nights.

Silent blue mind shuts out the celebration of Holiday Spirit,
Where can I find my once happy and content life with you in it?
From now on, this lonely journey must I follow!
How and why I got here today still utterly unknown!
Reluctantly moving slowly toward my broken future I shall be!

For My Lovely Son Ansel - By Mom - Monday 12/17/12

Submitted: Saturday, February 09, 2013
Edited: Sunday, February 10, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

The poem was written for my young son who just passed away at 15 years old, four months ago.

The title was choosing for this poem because 'Gone With The Wind' was his favorite movie. He was an incredible extraordinary young man with a beautiful old soul!

Warm regards,
MaiLoan

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