Tan Thu - Lac Hong poetry

Lac Hong

Tan Thu

Poetic words borrowed from the autumn scene. (Image: Triet Tran)

The poem is lost in words and bowls (4 ways to read)

  1. Read forward

Autumn withered leaves and blue sky
Bare branches love falling leaves
The wind and dust fly in ecstasy
The stone of sad tears is full of sorrow
Winter, white snow, icy sky
The cold land turns to the wind to welcome
Let the wind come and gently blow
Autumn scene borrowed poetic words

  1. Read backwards

Poetic words borrowed from the scene
Blow softly to the wind
Please welcome the wind to the cold autumn
Frost, white sky, winter snow
Filled with sadness and tears
Falling in love with the wind and dust
Falling leaves miss the bare branches
Blue sky and fallen leaves

  1. Remove the first 2 letters of the sentence and read it forward

Falling leaves in the sky
The branch misses the fallen leaves
The autumn wind is ecstatic
Sad scene full of sadness
Ice white snow
Welcome to the wind in autumn
The wind softly blows
Borrowing thoughtful poetry

  1. Remove the first 2 letters of the sentence and read it backwards

Poetry borrowed from the scene
Come to the wind
The wind in autumn is cold
Winter snow white sky
Sad and tearful scene
Autumn flies dusty wind
Remember to love the bare branches
The fallen leaves wither

 

 


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