Tricia Mae Chua

Tricia Mae Chua Poems

Long Life (Life Is Too Short, But Just Long Enough)

Life is too short to be spent
griping about the past,
things you don't have,
places you haven't seen,

One Inopportune Moment

You were a young leaf
A flapping shimmer of green
In the early spring sunshine
Happy, joyous

Goodbye, My Childhood Home

Even now I dream of you
In different forms and guises.
Simple joys of aery days—
Rooster crows to greet the morning,

Sitting In Stillness

The day opens with a gray nondescript sky
Yellowing leaves strewn haphazardly
on the patchy lawn below my bedroom window.
The air motionless outside except for an occasional breeze

First Job

It was a long time ago...
that place that looked more like a garage than a school.
I never realized it for that,
nor did the children inside my small cramped classroom.

Tricia Mae Chua Comments

Tanna 04 February 2018

do you have kids? are you married? How old are you? where do you live? What is your hobby? Why did you decide to write poems? Did anyone or anything inspire you to write poems? when were you born? Where were you born? What year were you born? out of all the poems you have written, which is your favourite? (i am asking these questions because at school we are doing an oral about an author so i chose you)

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