• A Love Song By The Star

    Singing a love song, wandering in that peaceful and lonely night,
    The blinking star lets his touching notes take a ride with the moonlight.
    To thank the moon for her fan-like listening, her generous free flight,
    The notes dance on the black sleepy ocean, make it excited and silver white.... more »

  • Can Your Inner Child Come Out And Play (With Melody)

    Can your inner child come out and play?
    Oh, where are those innocent smiles in those good old days?
    And, can you play with me in what the works are trying to say?
    Oh, why don’t you free yourself from their so-called normal way?... more »

  • Dad's Tung Blossoms

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    </></></>Up the hill, the Tung blossoms of this year are awake,
    Above the green ocean, flying their white snowflakes.... more »

  • Descartes

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    At the limit of human intellect, he stood shivering on the brink.... more »

  • Einstein (1)

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    Whatever the observer may observe in whatever place,... more »

  • Einstein (2)

    Since there are no absolute time and space,
    Newton’s apple has got a relative face.
    If light always goes straight is not the case,
    He surely is the one who set the world’s new pace.... more »

  • Einstein (3)

    To figure out how God created the world so reasonable and great,
    Einstein knew that quiet loneliness would be his inevitable fate.
    But, he could never figure out why God just could not wait
    To quiet him forever till his final theory finished debate.... more »

  • Fly With Me

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    Fly with me.... more »

  • God Bless Not Only America

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    God bless the hungry, in Columbia or in Cambodia, in Europe or in Ethiopia.... more »

  • I Am A Being (Original Work)

    I Am a Being

    - To All Conscious Beings... more »

  • I Am A Being- To R. Descartes And You, My Conscious Fellow Beings

    I am a Being when I start to think.
    I am a Being no universe can sink.
    I am a Being wherever I was born.
    I am a Being in whatever form.... more »

  • Island Dream (From A Poem To A Song)

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    When the rockers’ first scream from the island’s south tip blues the spring,
    I’m going with you on our journey for the song only the Pacific Ocean can sing.... more »

  • Lyrics 1 For Pachelbel's Canon (I Love To Travel By Arts For Fun)

    Lyrics 1 for Pachelbel's Canon (I Love To Travel By Arts For Fun)
    - by Gordon Tseng (2012)... more »

  • Nuclear-Powered Fear

    </></>They say, to enjoy the modern life, you need nuclear.
    Oh, it’s safe and clean so don’t worry, my dear.
    But, when encountering the things that happen every hundred years,
    They would say, well, there is still something not so sure and clear.... more »

  • Oscar Dream

    He used to have that Oscar Dream,
    Driving his story streaming down Star War's beam.
    Well, finally he does find his own cinema team,
    A family in the dark with popcorn and ice cream.... more »

  • Philosopher

    They always travel from particularities to generalities,
    In their adventures of discovering, or creating, explicable realities.
    With pure logic, reasoning, or other mental abilities,
    Bravely exerting all the human intellect’s possibilities.... more »

  • Poem From Arts Planet Party

    Star snow flies above the great wild ground,
    When they both ride the roc and explore around,
    To the world's and being's imagined bound,
    For the Appers whose hearts similarly pound.... more »

  • Poetry And Music

    Toward the heaven, I throw my verse
    And there comes the twinkling universe.
    Into the world, I release my music notes
    To let solitude enjoy rowing the life boats.... more »

  • Quasi-Quatrain

    Quasi-Quatrain

    I love monorhyming quatrain from my point of view.
    They call it Shairi Quatrain whose form is never new.
    Trying to create some variations for poetic life lovers like you,
    I hope someday their writers and readers will not be only a few.... more »

  • Scientist

    They want sentences that are empirical or rational.
    They want clear definitions that can be operational.
    They don’t want poems that are too passionate to be analytical,
    Although their passion, for knowledge and truth, itself is poetical.... more »

  • Snow And Maple

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    Though, knowing the autumn's red rain has always been its beautiful label,... more »

  • So-Called Success

    Fish would think those are winners who swim fast.
    Lions may insist those are losers who run last.
    It's ridiculous to mold yourself into their value cast
    If you are a bird who can only fly to get your lifetime pleasantly passed.... more »

  • The Dream Of A Terra-Cotta Soldier

    They made me alive and then buried me alive.
    Now, I let the ancient superpower be visualized.
    When the East turns red, the sun shall rise.
    Will my thousand-year broken story be clarified?... more »

  • They Are Still Awake (From Poem To Lyrics)

    Lyrics and Composed by
    Sharon and Gordon (search on youtube or check the poet's profile)

    Up the hill, the Tung blossoms of this year are awake,... more »

  • Were You The Sea

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    Were you the sea speaking eloquently in May,... more »