Nhuan LeXuan

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

Nhuan LeXuan Poems

41. Still The Dad 6/13/2014
42. Thanksgiving 11/26/2014
43. The Green Days 12/22/2014
44. Jesus Resurrected 4/4/2015
45. Any Spring For Mom? 5/8/2015
46. Hot Tears For Dad 6/17/2015
47. A Summer Day In San Francisco 8/13/2015
48. How Could You Know 8/13/2015
49. The Loving Heart 8/13/2015
50. In The Wintry Wind 11/7/2015
51. Thank You, America! 5/26/2004
52. Wishes 11/28/2004
53. Truth 12/2/2004
54. Owing To Eve 12/18/2004
55. Laud To Pope John Paul Ii 12/20/2004
56. Nostalgic Autumn 12/4/2004
57. Familiar 11/28/2004
58. The Migrants' Song 1/13/2016
59. Satisfied To Welcome Spring 2/5/2016
60. When I Have Died 4/24/2016
61. Mother's Day 5/5/2016
62. I Am Still Indebted 5/22/2016
63. A Father 6/18/2016
64. M. M. 8/2/2016
65. Old Chrysanthemum 8/2/2016
66. My Limitless Little Heart 11/23/2016
67. We Have Wasted Our Lives... 11/23/2016
68. Girlfriend 2/12/2017
69. The Train Whistle 6/15/2005
70. In Memory Of My Father 6/18/2005
71. My Life For My Mom's Laughter 5/8/2005
72. Filial Piety 6/16/2011
73. The Right To Vote 10/22/2004
74. Grant Me A Smile 12/2/2004
75. My Old Age 11/24/2015
76. Under The Purple Flowers 11/4/2004
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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Thank You, America!

Thank you, America! for rescuing us from hell,
Humble humans deprived of all rights to life.
In our old country our enemies cruelly quell
Laborers, intellects, revolutionaries, monks alike.

Thank you, America! for teaching us systematism
By which military is only a part of attribution.
In our late republic existed militarism
Causing dictatorship to erode the constitution.

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