Let's keep silent again - Poetry Khang Quoc Ngoc

Pham Hien May

Missing you is already too much winter…

If it’s cold then stop pouring rain

immense smoky love
Into the sad clouds, the roots bloom and fade away
lost a life of helplessness
White bones and flowers fall to the shore without each other

the shore of old farewell
very naughty oil water
water sends waves
The bucket of duckweed broke the bottom of a hundred-year-old lake

How many times do you knock on the door?
So many times when I lie in front of the mirror, I think I forgot
hear your skin softly call your name
innocent tears wet pillow blanket

peaceful rain through the leaking roof
wet me sleep and wait for trouble
waiting for the day of enlightenment
who knows, even though the grass is green

pleasure if the ball fishing
Dreaming away will magically stop the rain
long hair ends up teary
Waiting for the moment to have a happy voice

it’s cold then don’t pour rain
I miss you so much winter…

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