Albert Wong

Rookie (7/09/1940 / Hong Kong)

Good Morning Nature - Poem by Albert Wong

Amongst the leaves and trees with soft glittering sun beam;
Pour down in the morning with crystal golden light;
Which was my first time to taste a nature's smell?
I have never had the same experience before.

The golden beam of the morning sun stimulated me lovely
Awoken with soft sight came into my eyes;
The beam was so attracting me wanted to see its origin;
Red and yellow was mixed shining through the beams.

A yoke of full sun graduated rising up quietly;
There was forest clearer, fresh grasses wet.
Drink a cup of water under the trees made me smart.
The air was so fresh amongst there seemed a lot of secret.

This was my very beginning in the day to start,
I got up from the tired body of yesterday.
Wouldn't see the daily troubles, if I kept staying in nature.
Why should I still leave away?

The nature was so great,
It seems the poet's eyes can see.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011

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