Jhon Wong

Rookie (1995-3-26 / ChongQing China Mainland)

鏡之殤(Shame Mirror)

看到 的卻只有我們自己;
浮世裡眩暈的燈紅酒 綠

Always hope,
Through the windows of the soul,
look natural world -
Blue sky, white clouds, and sunshine
However, since plating a
Thin layer of silver,
Window of the soul become a mirror,
No matter how stared
But see only ourselves;

Always hope,
Through the windows of the soul,
Look innocent social -
Simple, minimalist, no mask of hypocrisy
However, since infected
Colorful dust of lust,
Window of the soul become a kaleidoscope,
Ukiyo feasting in vertigo
Our eyes Increasingly blurred.

Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Topic of this poem: art

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Under the communist regime,
People in mainland China
All day indulging in
Money, extravagant
Lack of trust among people

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