Sophy Chen

Lueyang County, Hanzhong City, Shaanxi Province of China.
Sophy Chen
Lueyang County, Hanzhong City, Shaanxi Province of China.
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Sonnet 4 We Met On A Cross Road

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— To Ruijie



I've searched you on web by all your key words
Thousands of times I failed with great sadness
By accident you appeared in my dream
Last night we met on our way to classroom

But I didn't know which University it was

It looks like around mountains, trees and cliffs
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Sonnet 4   We Met On A Cross Road
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: friendship
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
It is so nice to thinking a friend!
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Ratnakar Mandlik 12 September 2015

Dreams are celestial gifts to human beings. One can see anything and derive happiness while in a dream. Rational or irrational, practical or impractical dreams are our good companions.More over they liberate the dreamer from their influence soon after his awakening.

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Sophy Chen 17 November 2015

Thanks Ratnakar Mandlik, What you said is true and i will keep doing! Sophy

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Dr Antony Theodore 20 September 2015

“I'd like to be a poet” eagerly I said With long hair dancing in the wind you nodded very nice imagination. your dream and the desire to become a poet. very nice. thank you

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Sophy Chen 22 September 2015

Thanks Dr.tony Brahmin, Thanks for your encoragement, and i will keep doing! Thanks Sophy Chen from China

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Jazib Kamalvi 18 September 2017

A refined poetic imagination, Sophy. You may like to read my poem, Love And Lust. Thank you.

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Edward Kofi Louis 26 April 2016

On our way to classroom. Nice work.

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Daniel Brick 08 December 2015

The topic of this poem is definitely friendship but its meaning is better expressed by the word in the photo you chose, namely, FATE. This is not a poem which blithely assumes we can get what we want. It does just the opposite: it shows how even chance conspires with fate to keep us locked into a life we did not choose but must still live through. I have been reading traditional Chinese poems for fifty years, and your poem echoes a very famikiar theme of the final meeting, the parting of two friends. It is heart-breaking but so true to life.

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Sophy Chen 09 December 2015

Dear Daniel Brick, Thanks for your long comments and I am so nice to get your comments really.I will keep writing in English. Thank you again Sophy Chen from China

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Sophy Chen 29 October 2015

Thanks for your comments Ratnakar, What you said is true.Good dreams give us good mind, but bad dreams give us bad mind so we all wish good dreams!

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Sophy Chen 29 October 2015

Thanks for your comments Ratnakar, What you said is true.Good dreams give us good mind, but bad dreams give us bad mind so we all wish good dreams!

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