aung si myanmar
Overcoming A Night - Poem by aung si myanmar
A sun is blocked by an accident.
My soul shocks and is almost dead.
The sky of moonless night
Consoles me without might.
With the aid of eerie silence,
I hide inner wounds in deepest chest.
I pack my broken heart in tight
In the handkerchief of shameful pride.
Under the gossips of pole star,
I wear a necklace of tears.
Even at the moment of star falling,
No chance to pray and sing.
Twin weak knees start to demonstrate
Not to keep standing up with faith.
Now..., I put the dark behind,
And escape from midnight blind.
For the unfamiliar light of dawn,
Like a melodic bird in tunes
Which flies to balmy blooms,
I'd better create greatest fortunes.
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