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A Homecomer By Huai Ying (Singapore)

Text / Huai Ying (Singapore)

A Homecomer in the wind blowing and snow falling day
Having just drunk the thirty year old wine
Getting faint abd dizzy walking into the blankness of the night
The lanterns hung in the snow
Wavering and shaking to and fro
Singing the songs of sadness and griefs even unknown to me
At the end of the small bridge the moon
Is looking afar at that window thousands miles away
In the night from the returning road the end and edge are invisible
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Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: home
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