Charles WOO Poems
|242.||My Brother Returns From Taiwan||2/26/2008|
|243.||Grateful To My Teacher||1/26/2008|
|244.||Learn To Write Poem||12/1/2007|
|245.||Fishing In The River At Autumn Night||8/17/2007|
|246.||Amazed By The Beauty!||2/24/2006|
|247.||Happy Birthday To The Poet Laureate||3/21/2007|
|248.||The Geisha Who Played Chinese Flute||10/31/2009|
|249.||Hong Kong Association Of Amateur Calligraphers||2/24/2011|
|250.||Plum, Orchid, Chrysanthemum And Bamboo||2/19/2012|
|255.||To Our Retired School Superintendent||8/14/2008|
|256.||The Sun & Moon Lake||1/18/2012|
|262.||To Say Good-Bye||11/25/2007|
|265.||Cold Pines At Moonlight Night||2/18/2006|
Comments about Charles WOO
I retire with honour leaving my post to other.
Settling all the public affairs, I am happier.
Like a fairy, I take naps leisurely.
Things which I like to do freely: -
To read books and newspaper;
To write articles and poems better;
To participate activities as they come;
Website couplets, I appreciate some;
To invite friends to talk about Buddhism;
Organ music, I play with enthusiasm;
To enjoy my inner tranquility with melody;
Content with what I am is my living strategy;
To tour around the world by ocean liner;
To explore the nature with my ...
To Concern My Country
At a silent winter night, I watch the Dipper with deep sighs.
China is divided into three parts without compromise.
In Hong Kong, democratic reform is a question.
Bribery scandals spread in Taiwan election.
At times, the Communist party becomes so unkind.
The living standard of most Chinese still lags behind.
The harvest in many fertile farmland is very poor. Why?
Farmers do not cultivate in full strength and they never try.