Alvin A. Sun
Alvin A. Sun Poems
|1.||Drop It In A Wishing Well||3/6/2005|
|3.||Something Has Happened||3/10/2005|
|5.||A Picture Torn||2/19/2005|
|6.||Big Headed You||3/6/2005|
|7.||Not My Mood||3/24/2005|
|8.||An Each Helping||11/20/2004|
|10.||Filled With You||4/15/2005|
|11.||A Line Unknown||4/26/2005|
|12.||Cannot Get In||4/27/2005|
|13.||L Am Me||12/29/2004|
|17.||The Burning Gray Mass||1/22/2005|
|20.||Walk With A Hand||12/14/2004|
|22.||You Are Priceless||10/31/2004|
|23.||Who Is She...?||4/6/2005|
Comments about Alvin A. Sun
A Picture Torn
The sky is yellow with a hint of orange.
The medow is flushed appears to be purest green.
Water sits still in waiting beside -
a greyish-green hill.
There is no fish nor any kind of wild life-
my bones shiver, knowing this.
I use to have a kitten
who cheered me up when I
He was so little and adoriable.
He was orange and had white stripes.
But one day Jordie chased him away.
I never saw Joey again.
I still miss him till this very day.