Remind – poem by Nguyen Linh Quang

Nguyen Linh Quang

Remind

The Illusion of the Forgotten / When I still believed in holiness. (Image: Da Mi)

I stand at the end of the road
Hear you sing the white shirt silently
It seems that the yellow leaves have forgotten to lean with the sun
Slow downhill slopes
Gone are the days of locking the old way.
I doubled, tripled, quadrupled my high school age
I see myself in the mirror
Your laugh yesterday or how many years ago
Is there any difference?
Fluctuating days, changing seasons, changing lives
You wait for the east, I wait for the west
Looking at each other online, listening to each other over the air
Miss each other
Green a spring sky
Hesitating
Breathe:
There were times when they lost each other.
Colorless time or gray time
The empty space calls the vast space
You still sing the song of youth in white clothes
The Illusion of the Forgotten
When I still believed in holy things
Hidden in every heart
Hard time
You and me
Already sometimes
Diversion.
I stand at the end of the road
Hear your laughter
evoking the inner eyes
Long hair
Along the sunny slope.


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