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Haden Chua Poems
Strolling down the memory lane, Mirages do not seem so strange. Trails of nostalgia stay engraved, In the happiness I once embraced.
Sweet and charming she may be, What you see is not meant to be. Lovely nymph born with the gift of gab, Emotional vampire fills the gap.
Abandoned Was My Eventual Fate
Waves of unease flood my heart, Defying and ignoring my loving touch. Crippling memories shake me through, For your angelic image seems so true.
Path to Enlightenment
Victories and losses faded under a light so dim, Trophies and certificates stacked a ream. Fame and pride cling on to an empty name, Fear and worry fuel a meaningless dream.
Freedom of Truth
Born alone, die alone, Only union in marriage. Truth as such is fathomed, Only then will one be,
Chirping sound of insects echoing, Resonance of such is ever so soothing, Enhancing the beauty of the surrounding. Distinctive landscape encompassing,
Mother Nature, The Beauty Queen
Lofty mountain paints the scene, Trees and bushes fill the green. Crispy voice of birds chirping,
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Strolling down the memory lane,
Mirages do not seem so strange.
Trails of nostalgia stay engraved,
In the happiness I once embraced.