Luo Zhihai

Gold Star - 169,616 Points (In 1954 December / Haifeng / Shanwei / Guangdong / China)

Sonnet 24: No Winters Storm, Or Tempests Vile Power - Poem by Luo Zhihai

★ Sonnet 24: No Winters Storm, Or Tempests Vile Power
☆ Poetry by David Wood

No winters storm, or tempests vile power
Can wrest my love for thee from my bosom
Thou art dearest my love’s sweetest flower
That doth form our gardens greatest blossom.
Thou art summers sweet honey to my lips
Whenever I kiss thee my heart skips a beat
When I stand with my hands on those firm hips,
Or sleeping with thee under our beds sheet.
But will Love’s passion last the test of time
Or Love’s ardour’s cool like the summer’s rain?
Love has to be worked to keep it in its prime
Or two hearts may be the subject of pain.
Love is a flower that must be tended,
This beauty is what nature intended.

▲ Chinese Translation

★ 第24首十四行诗:冬天暴风雨和黑暗邪恶势力

☆ [英国] 大卫•伍德 诗(1950-)
☆ [中国] 罗志海 (1954-) 译

你是我夏日吮吸的甜甜蜜 蜜
爱火 燃烧,最后考验倒计时
或许两颗 心会擦出痛苦的泪花

On September 7,2015, Translation

Topic(s) of this poem: love

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 7, 2015