When I am alone, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

When I am alone,
I will think of the sky,
like searching until empty wide.
To hear an echo "God are you there"
And the reply is the light.

I will think of the cloud,
like the mist everyone hides.
A merely tremble saying, "you lost, i win"
And wonders in mind can we draw.

I will think of the Sun,
like i find shades while like to be touch by it.
And it hurts, when i remember too much.
About the past.

I will think of the red dawn,
like Your regret you insist keep going.
To hide your boredom eternity.
So long.

I will think of the moon,
like it hallow by the wind of sisters.
To change a boy to man.
Then I beg for youth again.

I will think of her,
like a smile made me smile.
For i am alone.
Think about how not to be alone.
Posted: 2015-07-13 08:22:18 UTC

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