Chao Zhu

Rookie (1997/05/28 / China)

Quiet Night - Poem by Chao Zhu

At this point almost late at night
But the sad souls who
Never stopped
Premises above
Field between
Maybe you are not a sense of drowsiness
Your pillow
Is the tears
If the light give me a kiss
Stars and more jealous ah
That sigh out from shady
Not allowed to disturb her
My dear
How do I dare to ask for your smile
Moonlight tombstone
It is my love for you
Last witness
But when the pause ah?
The world's trampling
I woke up again it
My voice sounded
That the sun in the universe
So the only
I went to ask
'Are you proud of it? '
She flying about
Bring plaintive overfly
To sing
A quiet night.

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23: 00 Iam sad.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 19, 2013

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