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After My Father's Death.
AW (7/09/1940 / Hong Kong)

After My Father's Death.

Poem By Albert Wong

I sang a song with sixteen pads,
You're leaving away for another world,
but your son is still staying here.

The sun is in the East while the moon in the West,
I was broken heart at the time when you're leaving,
but I could not follow to accompany with you.

Your son were sobing sadly as you go to meet Dear mom.

I could only hope you happily to meet mom, and bless us,
all wong's families with good fortune in all aspects.

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a touching poem..a well expressed sentiments for a loss of a father....10