Tina Dang

Rookie (August 31 / Province In Canada)

[name] - Poem by Tina Dang

Wherever I go, whatever I do,
Everything leads me back to you.
Everywhere I am, I hear your name.
Without you nothing seems to be the same.

You're so refreshing you keep me sane.
You're like the sunshine that comes out after the rain.
If I was ever in sorrow or in pain.
One look at you gives me hope of tomorrow and all hurt flushes down the drain.

I need you like flowers need the sun.
I need you to be the one I call my hun.
So like these two loving paper cranes. [presents origami]
My love for you I keep in my heart, where it shall remain.


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  • (8/22/2008 4:54:00 AM)


    Your line about origami is fascinating.......very illusionary and imaginative work and very much filled with imagery that is distinct. arya (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 23, 2006



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