The Han River in Early Spring

Kinsley Lee

In spring the river is flowing like the old days
The surface is glittering cherry red
In twilight, and it passed by the many days 
The waves had washed the blood of the dead

Beside of the river the hallowed ground,
They rest in the cells in the plain porcelain
The statues are laid in the central mound
And they show the victory, faith in certain.

The tides flow down along the river
And wind the island and the green and big dome.
There're the evils which couldn't washed by the river 
Flood. No ceasing it makes the red foam. 

Our fathers have guarded this land by their bloods,
Fighting against the external enemies.
Now, it couldn't washed the river floods,
The sun's fading cause of the internal enemies.

  • Author: Kinsley Lee (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 21st, 2023 18:44
  • Comment from author about the poem: Our fathers have guarded this land from the external enemies but we are going to hell cause of the internal enemies, corruption, laziness, treasonableness and etc.
  • Category: Sociopolitical
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  • orchidee

    Another fine write K.

    • Kinsley Lee

      Hi! Orchidee. Thank you for your kind comments. Happy weekend!

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