Richard Hu


Richard Hu Poems

1. A Visit To The Old Haunt 4/2/2012
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A Visit To The Old Haunt

This is destiny.

  These are the lane, the pond, and the bright walls surround.

  I shouldn't have come along with the wind, again into thy portal.

  Two as we are, each steps we have.

  In the winter, I dread thee, with my shivery body and slightly closed eyes.

  Not reminiscing those days of flowing bowls and songs.

  Emptying the goblet, I am drunk and frozen for eons.

  The farewell forsaken, I look upward along the echo beneath the fretted shines.

  There are the flaring patio, tidy veranda and shady corners.

  But where are ...

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