Roland Cho Poems
|2.||Hao Peng You||4/23/2005|
|4.||When We Know What We Want||4/10/2005|
|6.||A Fool’s Almanac||4/10/2005|
|12.||To V.T.N. Whom I Really Love||4/23/2005|
|13.||Battle For Life||4/23/2005|
|14.||No Tomorrow Today!||4/28/2005|
|17.||When Love Was ‘she’||1/22/2010|
|18.||To A.O Who Finds Love||1/22/2010|
|21.||A Fake Storm||12/16/2011|
|23.||For Being Black||12/16/2011|
|25.||Song Of Adoration||12/16/2011|
|26.||Lie Lie Juju-Man||12/16/2011|
|27.||Our Nation- The State Of Mistakes||12/16/2011|
|28.||Our Nation – A Rulers’ Playground||12/16/2011|
|29.||Bossing The Boss||12/16/2011|
|30.||A Song For Binzhou||12/16/2011|
|32.||My Own Country||12/16/2011|
|33.||We Must Stand||12/16/2011|
|34.||Amazing “huang He”||12/16/2011|
|35.||Mothers In Women||4/28/2005|
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Mothers In Women
Long are their hours of labour!
Servants with no eye on the clock…
In this slow drowning aridity!
Still protesting; though no longer in tight holes!
Always hoping they’ll cope.
Subjects of mental and physical stings!
Stings from those they love, soothe and cherish.
”Sorry” is what I mean, for my own stings on her back
For a sudden shake from a sudden punch from Him.
I know she has this picture now on her floor,
Even though mine with them is still well fixed up.
True, they’re not at destination, but departure was effective!
I will push wherever ...
My sweetheart, I can’t sing to you as I go.
No drum could bit the chill off my heart.
As we part, one wish will I make to you,
Hold to it as long as I have value:
Be good, sweetheart. As your love’s hunters
Get disappointments, so do you get respect.
I will return to meet you with a fresh
Heart to love, and more from my harvest.