bisheng zhu

My Dear Lover - Poem by bisheng zhu

My dear lover,
where is the best place to install you?
In time?
Will it bring you away, disregarding my shout?
You had better install me in your cart,
Like two gears on the horse wagon,
I can run together with you,
With the dust following the vehicle,
The sound of our bell
Can be heard throughout the journey.

Without lamp, what can we do?
In darkness, two gears can tightly hold each other,
Like two bodies warming each other?
Even if the land is cold and does not have emotion,
My dear lover,
Is every inch of your body without my grateful tears?
If seeds are added,
Your whole body will fully bloom flowers,
and I believe
it will not wither even if in the winter.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 5, 2011

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