Tears Converge To Form A River That Never Dries Up - Poem by Yuanfeng Liu
Just as described in Dream in Red Mansions:
"to compensate him with all my tears in my life",
tears are much too frequently described in literature.
And today, looking back on these classical works about tears
involuntarily evokes our inner sympathy.
Experience to life turns out to be so close,
and directly expressed through feelings is our inner world as well as journey of the heart.
When seeing the things reminds us of their owners,
flowers at our emotional sigh are touched to spill tears,
and birds feeling our hatred for leaving are shocked to blood freeze,
thus lovers can't help crying silently,
holding hands in hands and looking into each other's eyes.
The deepest confession to the homeland is that
my eyes always have tears due to my deep love for this land.
Moistening our life, tears converge to form a river that never dries up.
Topic(s) of this poem: love and life
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