Quotations From HENRY TONG


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  • Time is a twisted tunnel to truth.
    My poetry
  • Words are fallen; minds are erect.
    Minds are fallen; poetry is erect.
    Imitation from Emerson's Nature 1836
  • I record what's left forgotten if my poems are not.
    'I Remember' poem
  • My heart holds my pulse, my weakened, but unstopping pulse, until lies cease their rampage, in which guilt is justified.
    Pulse of Truth
  • The muted sounds voice a greater volume.
    'Silence'
  • I, too, am a speck in the crowd,
    but no one can dust me off.
    'I, Too'
  • When history accelerates in dazzle
    and people are tired to chase.
    I can look back where it started
    and find my direction in my place.
    'Reflecting History'
  • When history accelerates in dazzle
    and people are tired to chase.
    I can look back where it started
    and find my direction in my place.
    'Reflecting History'
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