Poem By john tiong chunghoo

heaven's jewels
dropp from the sky
in so many ways
i love the slanted crystals
lightened by dusklight
that fell onto the
wooden planks
of childhood abode
dropp by dropp
they painted a glittering scene
of childhood years
the saddest is the morn rain
so slow, so persistent
the rain danced over
the school field
to the rhythm of the wind
my brain trapped
in slumberland
lost in the imagination
of secret love
noon rain
after the heat
sent the warm scent of
blooms, grasses
that heightened
the new founded libido
the warmth of your love
and longed for virgin hug

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