Phan Thanh gian

Rookie (LoL / Saigon, Vietnam)

Phan Thanh gian Poems

1. Yesterday's Tomorrow 9/7/2006
2. The Bridge Over Danforth 4/20/2005
3. Mesmerized Blind 4/26/2005
4. Lament For Phan Thanh Gian (19th Century Vietnamese Prime Minister) 4/26/2005
5. Homebound 4/29/2005
6. North Vietnamese Tragedy: Famine Of 1945 5/26/2005
7. 5th Of May,2050 (Or Year 0) 6/7/2005
8. Fear Thy Lord? 10/21/2006
9. A Wish 1/2/2007
10. The Drought (Prior To The Deluge) 7/16/2007
11. 8: 05am Thursday 8/30/2007
12. What Is Money? 1/26/2008
13. Footsteps Of Spring 2/27/2008
14. Still Dreaming Of The Sun 3/8/2008
15. Seek Your Awareness 3/11/2008
16. Welcoming Dusk 3/12/2008
17. From The Well 3/16/2008
18. Solace In Solitude 3/20/2008
19. King Cobra Monk 3/30/2008
20. You 4/7/2008
21. Modern Thebes 4/15/2008
22. Nova Pax Romana 4/24/2008
23. It Would Be Nice... 5/21/2008
24. Duy Tan's Guilt Trip 5/23/2008
25. Words 5/31/2008
26. A Call To The Wandering Souls 8/20/2008
27. Freedom At Last 9/4/2008
28. My Country, My Land, My People 6/8/2005
29. My Dearest Emile 7/20/2005
30. Smiley Cowboy 8/18/2005
31. Humankind 1/22/2006
32. King Richard's New Wealth 3/7/2006
33. Schoolyard Bullies 5/26/2006
34. Lunch In A Refugee Camp 5/31/2006
35. Eternal Garden 6/15/2006
36. My Dear Brother Wolf 8/1/2006
37. A Vagabond's Song: New World Disorder 9/29/2008
38. Blue Trinity: Ma Vie En Bleu 12/6/2008
39. First Snow 12/6/2008
40. Slay The Dragon Of Contra-Dictions 12/12/2008

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Man-Eaters

Let's talk about the cannibals:
Not the naked ones with colourful wigs,
Who eat and drink the human flesh and blood

Not the ones we learned in textbooks
Whose tales you heard from far away land
In the deepest of south-east-asian jungles

Such exotic, barbaric acts are so trivial
Benign and confined to a few old tribes
Wouldn't even measure up to more sordid types

I'm talking about the man-eaters living closeby,
Who reside in the grandest of mansions,
Nestled among the greatest of nations

They read the finest books,
Extol the most ...

Read the full of Man-Eaters

My Dearest Emile

Fragile poetic soul distressed by haunting verses
Alone in wintry, sombre Montreal nights
Your angelic wings spread, you travel in solitude

'Soir d'hiver', dare to read it alone without quiet tears!
O, how I wish to travel in Nelligan's 'Le Vaisseau d'Or'!
To venture in the poet's garden of fallen dreams...

How sweet sorrows caress, lull the mind into oblivion

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