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Rose Lu ( Bing Hua )


Blue Sorrow


Coming to the seashore quietly
I gazed out over the boundless sea
Endless worries
were dominating my surging heart
In which
The past was flying.

Enlightened by Buddha
I obtained a great kind heart
With elevated affections
I fell on my knees by Cupid
And all of a sudden my dream of love
Fled
That walked out the tent
Is a bosom Brother, not the fancy man.

Nothing is more dreadful than being desperate
The rocks in the sea
Robbed all love away, without a tiny bit left
The sea rolled on
While tears of grievance were flowing adown
Blue was the sea
Blue sorrow





By Rose Lu(Binghua) Tr. East Sea Fairy

Submitted: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 25, 2013

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