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TìNh Tôi Theo Gió Ôm DàI TóC Mai
(5 November 1850 - 30 October 1919 / Johnstown Center / Rock County / Wisconsin)

TìNh Tôi Theo Gió Ôm DàI TóC Mai

Poem By NHIEN NGUYEN MD

Đêm qua, lá bị bỏng rồi
Chiều nay, lá rụng ngập đường nhà tôi.
Đường nhà cổ ngựa cong cong
Lá như thảm mới lót đường Thiên Thai.
Chiều thu, nghiêng nắng sân nhà
Vài con chim nhỏ nhẹ nhàng bay ngang.
Chiều thu, gió nhẹ lang thang
Lá vàng cỡi gió, bỏ cành lá bay.
Lá bay, lá đáp nơi nào
Tình tôi theo gió ôm dài tóc Mai.

10/20/2015
NHIEN NGUYEN MD

Below is the translation poem by NHIEN NGUYEN MD

MY LOVE RIDES ON THE WINDS TO CARESS YOUR LONG HAIR, MY DEAR

Last night, new frost burned many leaves.
Now, many freshly fallen leaves cover my driveway this autumn eve.
My driveway curves nicely like a horse neck.
Fallen leaves spread a new carpet over this Paradise path.
The sun spreads its soft oblique rays on my Autumn yard.
Several small birds gently flap their wings across my yard.
Gentle breeze wanders around this Autumn eve.
Yellow leaves jump on the wings of passing winds to leave their branches.
It's uncertain of where these flying leaves will drop,
But my Love is riding on the winds to softly caress your long hairs, my Dear.

10/20/2015
NHIEN NGUYEN MD

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Thank you for writing this beautiful poem. I can see the wind, the leaves through your poem.10 marks.


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