Category Archives: Teardrops

Micropoetry #45

Her songs are like morphine,
Summertime in autumn love,
Running hard spinning endorphin,
Cloud’s soaring a wounded dove.

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Micropoetry #44

Working hard today, honey?
May you’ll find the truest passion,
Please take good care of yourself,
though I’m unable to appear before you,
but I’ve been praying for you all the time
from every corner of auspicious breeze,
Songs from you; spare one for me.

Micropoetry #40

Just when I started this feeling,
Please do not let us meet even in the future,
in order to make me less obsessed towards you,
I’m but an angel releasing her dignity.

Micropoetry #38

I write his name in alienated characters,
Yet I cry myself to sleep each night,
Staring at your pictures ’til I go blind,
Burning into you; sweet and low.

Micropoetry: #24

Radiation theater has failed
to burn my love for you,
When I should take only one way
down the reminiscence flag.

Poem: Disconnected

Everyone is asking about you
But I’m unable to reveal that
we have parted yesterday.
So I take a deep breath
and wish you all the best.

Telling myself each time
that this is the final embrace,
the last kiss; the last smile to —
But God knows I can’t do it.

There’s a sad face
underneath this smile, but
that glimpse of hope will
surface if my eyes are to meet
The One.

Poem: Rolling Curtain

I’m just another child
from the mystical frontier.
Flags of splitting fire swim-
ming like fountain of baptism.

Throwing away those plush toys
didn’t mean that’s the end of our
memory. Because there isn’t one
that’s worthwhile after all.

This is our finale,
Two-thousand-nine-hundred-
twenty days of semi-unconsciousness,
No more a wounded dove;
Emerging Phoenix —

Yangsze Choo

Likes to eat and read

Random Musings

Poetry by Pooja Alok

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Keeping Cantonese alive in Norway

Graham Lawrence

Publisher, Editor, Teacher, Trainer, Designer and Educational Administrator

Sincerely, Shalom

我除了與我的根重新連結, 也種植我的新生活。

My Hong Kong Husband

Third culture wife: Polish girl married to a Hongkonger, fresh off the airplane in Ireland. AMWF, lifestyle, culture, food, Asian fashion and a little bit of Cantonese

Daily (w)rite

Damyanti Biswas is an author, blogger, animal-lover, spiritualist. Her work is represented by Ed Wilson from the Johnson & Alcock agency. When not pottering about with her plants or her aquariums, you can find her nose deep in a book, or baking up a storm.