Lawrence CH Hiun


Lawrence CH Hiun Poems

1. Wu Wei (Do Nothing) 11/30/2011
2. Understanding And Knowledge 12/1/2011
3. Truth 12/1/2011
4. Wise And Wisdom 12/3/2011
5. New Year Resolutions 1/8/2012
6. Happy New Year 2012 1/9/2012
7. Year Of The Dragon 2012 1/9/2012
8. Wandering Heart 1/23/2012
9. My Thoughts 1/25/2012
10. Forget Me Not 1/27/2012
11. A Love Poem For You 2/2/2012
12. Live As If This Is All There Is 2/5/2012
13. My Angel 2/5/2012
14. My True Friend 2/11/2012
15. Memory Of Love 2/3/2012
16. Happy Valentine To You 2/13/2012
17. To My Sons, Eddie & Edwin 2/20/2012
18. My Sincere Prayer 3/8/2012
19. Love Song For You 3/16/2012
20. Invincible 3/19/2012
21. Wine 3/19/2012
22. My Lord, My Refuge 3/23/2012
23. Old Derry 3/24/2012
24. O Lord, Please Forgive 3/25/2012
25. Mountains Landscape 4/13/2012
26. Painful Parting 4/22/2012
27. Happy Father Day 6/16/2012
28. Another Day 7/27/2012
29. Waiting For You 8/19/2012
30. Dusty's Trail 8/30/2012
31. Qinghai Lake 11/25/2012
32. Charming Beauty 11/25/2012
33. I Wonder 12/30/2012
34. What You Say For My Sensory 1/19/2013
35. Memories 8/7/2013
36. Goodbye My Friend 8/7/2013
37. Dawn 8/7/2013
38. Learning And Practising 8/8/2013
39. Let Us Dream 8/18/2013
40. Never Too Late 9/8/2013
Best Poem of Lawrence CH Hiun

A Journey Of A Poet

A journey begins with
A thought in our mind
Words are chosen and formed.

Lines of poem
Well Written with meanings
With words of emotions and expressions

A poet starts with
An inspiration of mind,
An aspiration in soul mind

With reflection
On our life experience
We start to
Compose some
Wonderful poetry

Expressing our innermost thoughts
With deep contemplation
To put them in poetry words

A journey begins when
A poet takes his imagination
To a place where
No one ever dream or imagine before.

A poet's ...

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Yin And Yang

Under heaven everyone knows that
The existence of beauty
Depend on the existence of ugliness.
Everyone knows the capacity of kindness
Depend on the existence of the unkind.

Existence and nothingness are mutually born,
Difficult and easy complement each other,
Long and short rest upon each other,

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