qin xing


Internet love


I'm in the east, you are in the west
I'm the yellow race, you are the white race
I'm the woman, you are the man
We love at first sight on the Internet
From then on, missing along the Internet blooming
We tell heart melodies each other through the mails
Day after day, night after night
Passion ignited the air
But we have never heard the voice of each other
You often look at my pictures smiling
I also often look at your pictures smiling
One day many times
Sweet 'silent' voices rise in smiling
Soul touch soul
Produce love is better than thousand of words
Love is a kind of power
Through the earth, through the Internet
You are in my arms

Submitted: Monday, August 25, 2014
Edited: Thursday, October 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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WRITE TO MY HUSBAND, MY LOVE

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