Charles WOO


Charles WOO Poems

241. African Tulip Tree 1/13/2010
242. Fish And Shrimp [1-2] 7/28/2011
243. Dissolute Dog 8/4/2011
244. Visit Tian-Shui-Wei 3/10/2008
245. Good Morning 3/14/2008
246. Deep Meditation In Winter 4/16/2009
247. The Lantern Festival 11/14/2009
248. The Bei-Hai Tour 12/27/2008
249. Autumn Cicada 3/2/2008
250. My Brother Returns From Taiwan 2/26/2008
251. Grateful To My Teacher 1/26/2008
252. Learn To Write Poem 12/1/2007
253. Fishing In The River At Autumn Night 8/17/2007
254. Amazed By The Beauty! 2/24/2006
255. Retirement Eulogy 2/24/2006
256. Azalea 3/27/2006
257. Surfing 12/9/2009
258. About Buddhism 12/30/2011
259. At Leisure 9/30/2011
260. The Sun & Moon Lake 1/18/2012
261. Bauhinia 1/21/2012
262. To Our Retired School Superintendent 8/14/2008
263. Coconut Tree 9/1/2010
264. Disneyland 2/1/2008
265. River Fog 12/17/2011
266. Sars Calamity 5/23/2008

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  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (7/31/2009 6:57:00 AM)

    scenes framed by the awarness of history, beautiful poems.

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Sars Calamity

Hong Kong and Taiwan were attacked by epidemic disease.
The calamity of SARS killed a lot of Chinese.
The busy shopping centers became deadly quiet.
All merchants were indolent and lost their target.
Doctors made long faces with knitted eyebrows.
Even wife could not accompany her sick spouse.
People earnestly prayed to the God for blessing.
The pestilence evil would be forever leaving!

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A Timely Rainfall

A timely shower attacks the 'Tai-ping' peak
where black clouds break out fiercely indeed.
The warblers in the wood are really startled
while people leave the footpaths like cattle.

At the bank of Central District, they see big wave.
Strong wind rocks the banyan trees in the mid-day.
Due to the rainfall, tourists are gathering
in famous shops of Hong Kong crazily buying.

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