Kwai Chee Low
Prisoner - Poem by Kwai Chee Low
I watched the candle flame flicker,
from my cell door.
Quivering in its halo,
throwing shadows on the wall.
Beyond the metal barred window,
silence of night.
The pale glow of a full moon,
nightfall with stars shining bright.
Day after day, night after night,
The view never changes.
I still my heart at freedom lost,
will time deaden all traces?
My heart lingers on memories,
it helps me to stay sane.
Reminiscences of a time,
never ever come again.
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