Nhuan LeXuan

Rookie - 396 Points [ThanhThanh] (1930 / Vietnam)

Nhuan LeXuan Poems

1. The Days Dad Got Imprisoned 6/18/2005
2. To Yosemite Thinking Back To Vietnam 6/26/2005
3. Reflections 6/26/2005
4. Girl-Friend 2/10/2006
5. The Flames Flared My Pain 9/10/2006
6. Thank You, Mother! 10/7/2006
7. Inside The Cathedral 12/23/2006
8. Picturesque For Ever 3/11/2007
9. To Mississippi 3/11/2007
10. Once Upon A Time 3/11/2007
11. Evening Melody 3/11/2007
12. Love At First Sight 3/11/2007
13. Unfinished Symphony 3/11/2007
14. Let Me Lie Together With You 3/11/2007
15. Autumn Trees And Humans 3/11/2007
16. The Forbidden Fruit 3/11/2007
17. The Old Shelf 3/11/2007
18. Dialogue Between Man And Muse 3/11/2007
19. I Have Left Behind 2/13/2009
20. If 2/13/2009
21. After The Year 2000 2/13/2009
22. Angels 2/13/2009
23. The Two Women 2/13/2009
24. No, Thank You 2/13/2009
25. The Creator 2/13/2009
26. My Quest 2/13/2009
27. Confiding In Young Bro. 2/13/2009
28. The Humane Hearts 7/4/2009
29. Twin Towers, Farewell For Ever! 9/10/2006
30. Suffering 9/10/2006
31. Forbidden Fruit 12/23/2006
32. Your Birthday, Christmastide 12/23/2006
33. The Late Rose 12/23/2006
34. Nostalgia 3/11/2007
35. Dad's Merit Is Like Mt. Everest 6/16/2011
36. Plain Felicity 10/15/2011
37. Homesick And Nostalgic Forever 10/28/2013
38. When I Have Passed Away Take Me To The Sea 10/28/2013
39. Just Cause 4/26/2014
40. Mommy Is All 5/8/2014
Best Poem of Nhuan LeXuan

Under The Purple Flowers

In the purple flowers’ shade
You kissed me the first kiss.
The moon lit its light of jade;
The cicadas sang their song of bliss.

Then, time passed fast and blind;
You went to your studies above
Leaving the purple flowers behind
With such a dreamlike love.

In each letter sent to the old place
You said you still missed this start
With the purple flowers of grace
And this young and true heart.

I have come back each day alone
To see the old flowers obsess
And hear the cicadas groan;
I feel such a vague distress.

I have nurtured ...

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Owing To Eve

OF what is good and of what is bad,
The human race owes this knowledge to Eve.
By getting herself and Adam in fig leaves clad,
She was the first human Wisdom to conceive.

Alas! after that they were into a dilemma put
Between conservative hold and radical edification.
The libertine wanted to reject mythical root
And the ascetic to stand absurd predestination.

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