Arwen Lee CW

Rookie (06-08-1983 / Kuantan, Malaysia)

I Liberate Myself From Vain Desires - Poem by Arwen Lee CW

All alone in the moonlight beam
I took a sip of wine from the bottle gourd jar
O warm wine did not sooth the forlorn feeling
Until a chill wind brushed my face

All of a sudden I burst into laughters
The burden and agony no longer matter
I finally liberate myself from vain desires
and return to my own state of nature.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 4, 2011

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