hormish woo

Toronto Journal 2008 (2) - Poem by hormish woo

February Eighteenth, Twenty Eleven
At University of Toronto
From nine o'clock morning to five even
Strong wind goes campus through Ontario

I'm here, charming information of spring
Is melting lots of pure ice on the ground
Temperature is higher than ten to bring
To me a cheerful joyful mood around

Here is Noranda Earth Sciences Library
A guest specially is searching, who hears
Poem and science looking back their memory
Oh, dreams have been losing over six years

Oh, stronger wind still blows whole night with dream
Opening grasses on the banks of a stream

Topic(s) of this poem: classic

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2016

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