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A Hong Kong Tears Date
AW (7/09/1940 / Hong Kong)

A Hong Kong Tears Date

Poem By Albert Wong

The New Moon Festival has not on its mark,

our people have to wear their sad and anxious masks.

There flighted back eight dead bodies from Manila,

my sad song shut my throat that I can't sing louder.

I thought fifty years later, this sorrow will not faint

My tears being swallen and flowed deeply into my heart

Please you tell me, where there is any other country has this sadness?

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