Hai Huang

Rookie (1983 / LiuZhou, China)

Yes, Goodbye - Poem by Hai Huang

I don’t want to say goodbye to you
Goodbye means not meeting again
I like to say take care of yourself
That we may get together someday

The snow turns into rain, still falling
But the ice starts to melt
With the flowing river, the lonely smoke crys
In the true scene I wave goodbye to you

Yes, goodbye
no matter how old the world
our love is still young
No matter how big of the world
Our steps overlap on the tiny road

Tonight, no more I sing poems to you
Make the words into a precious necklace
Silently wear it on your neck
Let the heart become beautiful field
Miss you all the year round


Comments about Yes, Goodbye by Hai Huang

  • Jibin JosephJibin Joseph (12/21/2006 4:04:00 AM)

    Let the heart become beautiful field
    Miss you all the year round


    excellent work
    keep writing


    peace
    jibin
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  • Silvia Thomas (12/12/2006 3:30:00 AM)

    I liked the phrase
    'no matter how old the world,
    our love is still young'

    =D. but it would be better if you checked for a little grammar mistakes..
    chinese version beats the english one. YAY!
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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 11, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 8, 2010


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