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There was once a man afloat on a tapped cardboard box
He would set sail along the rough sea
As the journey went on from place to place
He wouldn’t set one foot on the dry land
He witness numerous events that would make a normal people’s
Jaw drop so wide that your can fit two set of TV.

The man afloat on toward to a no man’s land
As days and years went by
He still refuses to land
The rough sea eventually eat through the box
As he sinks a sudden impulse of idea came to him
The man grabs out a transmitter and switches it “On” mode
He hopes this will give other an indication of his where about
A journey of solitude
A man who once said globalization was like a plague, its spread
So quickly even a slight of spark, it soon becomes a wild fire…

© By Hung Lin 2009

Tags

box, alone, unknown, self, society, drifting, solidtude

Comments

  • Paul  Carlyle
    Paul Carlyleabout 5 years ago

    Love your work ;-)

  • lilleesa78
    lilleesa78about 4 years ago

    great work hung

  • ROSEMARY EAGLE
    ROSEMARY EAGLEalmost 3 years ago

    I love your work and the words you write about your life, your journey, feelings etc.

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