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2017-01-21 21:31 #311 海外逸士
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A Lovely Duckling

Duckling, oh, a lovely duckling,
Wears a velvet blouse of yellow;
Splashing in the muddy shallow,
Look, then, her new garment smearing.

On the sands she plays and wallows,
Tumbling gaily in the evening.
After hunting for worms and roes,
Sleeps then, her beak under her wing.

Soft and pleasant are her quacks low
That announce the coming of Spring.
Free and happy, oh you, duckling,
Are total stranger to sorrow.

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2017-01-22 22:45 #312 海外逸士
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To Nightingale

Oh my little nightingale, sing no more, please!
Your song, sweet as it is, disturbs my peace.
You are no comforter in my sorrow,
With my eyes sunken and my cheeks hollow.

Sing, my dear nightingale, oh, sing again,
For I feel more lonely without your strain;
And still no peace of mind in night's quietude,
And no rest and sleep in single solitude.

Why I feel so chilly in summer's night?
There's no fire to warm my heart and no light.
Oh, garrulous warbler, can you tell me,
Where the darling flame of my heart to be?

Fly, oh, fly high and low, my songster dear!
Fly to seek for me my love far and near,
And bring me my sweet damsel of noble mind,
With strong love and firm character combined!

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2017-01-23 22:07 #313 海外逸士
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A Limerick

There was a young man with a secret wish
To translate Chinese into English.
When he found a shortage
In his word storage,
He dived into the dictionary to fish.

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2017-01-24 21:36 #314 海外逸士
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A Butterfly

As I am walking on the grass alone,
A butterfly, so lovely, flutters by;
How high, now low, now o'er a mossy stone,
And now it flits athwart before my eye,
Now stops to sip some dews on blades so green,
Or flaps from flower to flower, the pollen glean.

I follow it over a limpid rill,
And round an arbor covered with the vine.
Then, lo! it plays upon the yonder sill,
And gracefully it dances in sunshine.

I don't like black that's emblem of the vice,
Nor green, the envy always it bespeaks,
Nor blue from which I seem to hear the sighs,
Nor yellow which resembles the sallow cheeks,
Nor red that makes me feel the ire and spleen,
Nor motley, as the fickleness does it mean.
I'm fond of white, the color of your dress,
That chasteness represents and virtues best;
'Tis worth a world of good, oh you I bless,
But why alone and never be at rest?

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2017-01-25 21:30 #315 海外逸士
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The Red Afterglow

1) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it the blush of Heaven,
As on a maiden's cheeks,
When she catches sight
Of her coming lover?

2) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it the fire of bivouac
Kindled by Nymphs and Naiads
On the banks of Milky Way
Holding a celestial picnic?

3) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it the ruddy gauze veil
That veiled the face of Juno
On her holy nuptial day
When She married Jupiter?

4) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it the fire of Mt. Olympus
Stolen by noble Prometheus,
And in his careless down-flight
Set the fleecy clouds aflame?

5) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it the blood of the heroes
That died on battlefields
In the sacred defense
Of their dear motherland?

6) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it the Isle of Coral
Removed by a white witch
From the Pacific deep
To the heavens above?

7) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it a cluster of peach trees
Their blossoms in full bloom,
Grown by the daughters of God
And watered with nectar?

8) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it the rouge of Flora
Spread all over the sky
By her frightened maids
In escape from her anger?

9) Lo, the red afterglow,
Against the sky blue!
Is it a large piece of sponge
Soaked through with claret
Upset from the Holy Grail
By a rash cosmic pilot?

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2017-01-26 22:41 #316 海外逸士
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A Red Rose
----a tribute to a girl with a terminal disease

1) There, lo! a red red rose,
The pretty bride of king,
The fairy queen of spring,
Alone in a valley grows.

2) Her scent pervades the air
Her beauties each seer spell;
Yet lives she alone in dell,
With none but rocks to care.

3) With none, alas! to admire
Her beauties and sweet scent;
Only Mr. Storm there went
To whip her in his ire.

4) Would that I were a tree,
To spread o'er her my shade!
The leaves would never fade,
Oh, let Storm beat on me!

5) Would that the soil I were!
Her roots were then in me,
On my life-blood lives she,
Oh, I'll give all for her.

6) A worm at pistils now
Is blighting her. That devil!
But she, before all evil,
Her head does never bow.

7) Soon she will fade away,
Fore'er from face of Earth,
And take from vale all mirth,
The rocks feel not so gay.
Oh, the lovely rose will fade away,
Then the rocks and dale be never gay!

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2017-01-27 22:54 #317 海外逸士
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July 4

Did you hear the voice
Of democracy and freedom
That bellowed in uproar
Over two hundred years ago,
And echoed through history,
Sinking into every heart?
The voice of independence
Inspired the very cowards
Up to arms and into fight
For a new nation.
“Give me liberty
Or give me death!”
Then victory was theirs
At the price of death,
Which benefited the survivors
Who carried on the spirit
Of freedom and democracy
Throughout the world.

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2017-01-30 21:35 #318 海外逸士
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The Moment

The moment, the shameful moment
When the wicked airplanes crashed
Into the World Trade Center
And the magnificent buildings collapsed.

The moment, the sorrowful moment
When thousands of precious lives
Were very cruelly extinguished,
Leaving so many families bereft.

The moment, the ruthless moment
When the crazy wrong thought
Struck into the morbid foolish mind
To use commercial planes as missiles.

The moment, the grievous moment
When they gave up their futile lives
To murder thousands of the innocent.
But for what? For what?!

The moment, the last sad moment
When the beloved kissed good-bye
With the fond hope to see the face again,
But never, never, ever again.

The moment, the mournful moment
When so many hearts were broken,
So many eyes were weeping dry.
Oh, God, dost Thou behold on high?

The moment, it’s the moment
To curb the stupid actions with reason.
Why not live and let live
In rightful peace and love?

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To My Beloved
(for Valentine’s Day)

Your kiss is the hot chocolate.
Your love is the crazy fire.
Your blush is Valentine’s roses.
Your touch is like a sweet dream.

I wish my kiss can be as hot.
I wish my love can be as crazy.
I wish my blush would not be seen.
I wish my touch is not so tough.

You are the sunshine in my gloom.
You are the comforter in my sorrow.
You are the bearer of flowers
To adorn my solitary life.

I’d like to be the sunshine you enjoy.
I’d like to be the comforter you need.
I’d like to be the bearer of happiness
To make your life a blessing.

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Song Of Love

1) Burn, the flame of love,
Oh, burn in my heart!
The holiest fire,
If once kindled,
Will never die
Through time and tide.

2) The love's soul be made noble,
The love's heart be made brave,
And love's self unselfish,
By that sacred light!
And all the dirts and filths
Be consumed in that blaze!

3) Two of such hearts
Nothing can hinder
From eternal union
That brings Heaven's blessing,
For what is the best
Can endure Time's test.

4) Free is my heart
That hovers like a lark
In the vast blue sky;
But where to seek a nest
For a comfortable rest
From long weary flight?

5) A nest of purest gold
Set with sparkling gems----
That's another heart,
Chastest and tenderest,
In a maiden's bosom,
Shining with every virtue.

6) Be there such another heart
Within the bounds of the world,
Let mine lie in thine,
If each worth the other;
And in the holiest flame,
Both will melt into one.

7) Like thunder in a valley,
Love has its echo too;
That's from another heart.
So long has my heart cried,
Resounding twixt heaven & earth,
But where is the response?

8) The sweetest songs of love
Are the voiceless melodies,
Played upon the heart-strings
With the perfect harmonies
That pervade the night sky
Burning with sable fire.

9) The sweetest dreams of love
Are the heavenly visions,
Only dreamt in golden youth,
With a romantic hue,
Filled with scenes of fairyland
And the mirth of paradise.

10) The greatest sorrows of love
Are egoism and faithlessness,
That sadden the loving heart
And blight the devoted soul
More deeply and grievously
Than anything on good earth.

11) What's the color of love?
Love has many colors:
It has blue feelings,
It has a green eye,
It has pink spectacles,
It may cause a red fight;
Sometimes it is black,
Sometimes it is purple,
Sometimes it is yellow,
Sometimes it is white.

12) Fie, Venus, great impostor,
Thou hast long deceived me
Into the pursuit of pure love,
And advised me unwearily
To prostrate and place at thy feet
My innocent and honest heart.

13) But luckily enough now
I've discovered thy lies:
There is no such a thing
In this wide world
That can be called pure love
But what's the poet's illusion.

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