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NHIEN NGUYEN MD Poems

481. Snow Storm Niko 2/9/2017
482. Serving As Daughter-In-Law - Translation Poem Of NguyễN BíNh: LàM Dâu 3/4/2017
483. Visiting The White House With Grand Children 3/18/2017
484. A Lullaby - Translation Poem Of TrầN Dạ Từ: BàI Ru 3/15/2017
485. Annville Paradise, Cat Fairyland 4/7/2017
486. Two Frogs Perished At Annville Paradise 6/23/2015
487. I Made It Today: One Hundred Twenty Laps (Senryu} -new- 8/5/2017
488. Congratulate Tony N. On Your New Job (Senryu) 7/10/2017
489. Green Bamboo Hedges - Translation Poem Of Vũ ĐìNh Liên: LũY Tre Xanh 4/30/2017
490. The Life Of A Pumpkin Begins At Its Pollination, When, Does Human Life Begin? 1/15/2017
491. A Homeless Woman In A Big City 6/23/2016
492. Ashes' Phobia Of Mail Trucks 3/18/2015
493. Shadow Returns 3/18/2015
494. Princess Ashes 3/15/2015
495. Hurry Up - Translation Poem Of Xuân DiệU: VộI VàNg 3/17/2017
496. Shadows Of My Wife, Her Racket And Cats Run On Clay Tennis Court 3/27/2017
497. Musing On My April Fifth Birthday 4/3/2017
498. There Lie Two Frogs In My Annville Paradise Koi Pond 5/14/2015
499. Noel 3/15/2015
500. River Of Life (Haiku) 8/20/2016
501. Happy Birthday To Kim Mai 2015 5/13/2016
502. Thousand Awaiting Arms 8/22/2015
503. The Kitty Hawk-Outer Banks Beach 8/11/2016
504. April Fifth Thanksgiving 4/5/2017
505. An Ancient Calligrapher - Translated Poem Of Vũ ĐìNh Liên: Ông Đồ 2/25/2017
506. Congratulate Pete On Purchasing Your New Home (Senryu) 7/5/2017
507. Loves Of Ten Thousand Days 3/20/2017
508. Tears Swell Up My Wife's Heart -new- 8/6/2017
509. Requiem For My Channel Catfish (Haiku) 7/11/2016
510. A Black Cat Roamed Alone At Annville Paradise 3/18/2015
511. Ashes And Noel Participate In Praying 3/17/2015
512. Summer Solstice 6/22/2016
513. The 'Three Cats' At Annville Paradise 3/15/2015
514. Two Cats Napping 3/16/2015
515. Two Cats Meow Meow 3/15/2015
516. Vietnamese Refugee Boat People Forty Years Later 5/10/2015
Best Poem of NHIEN NGUYEN MD

Vietnamese Refugee Boat People Forty Years Later

This poem is dedicated to many thousands of boat people
Who perished by the sea
ooo
As soon as I woke up this morning
I felt overwhelmed by memories of long ago past.
Many years of war tore my country apart
Million people left their relatives and their country Vietnam.

After losing the war, many people escaped for their lives
With their possessions in their handbags or knapsacks.
They left everything behind hoping to be alive
They were willing to sacrifice for their future lives.

They left their homes when it rained or ...

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Ashes On The Headboard

Ashes rests on top of the headboard, wagging her tail.

Where she watches the sky and passing clouds.

She chooses this place as her most favorite place.

Many times, and any time, she rests here

From daybreak to night fall.

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