Xiao Tan Poems

Best Poem of Xiao Tan

Dry Lakes
Remember to cry
when times are right
because dammed-up tears are like rain
in blackish clouds
draped over the sky
and flooding down
at inopportune times.
When the eyes are moist
let the hands be still
or else something wondrous
is stiffled and killed
because waterless we are like . . .
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Before The Snow Falls Again
If the stars still shine as bright
in the dusty field
behind the road,
will the fireflies still collect
in the dark and mysterious air
like a brilliant orange lantern.

And if the little cherry tree
set aside the house
still produces 200 sour treats,
will the corner red sofa still be as . . .
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