Poems by James Tian

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Blood And Medal

By James Tian

A little blood on my arm,
I blamed the MOSQUITOS behind the candles.

Suddenly it’s like a special decoration,
And more like a sweaty medal.

Loneliness can disappear at any time,
But scars need the time to heal.

So I wore the MEDAL on my body,
Even no longer to be proud and handled.

The Loyalty of Fire

By James Tian

The quiet view encircled a heart,
The feeling of fierceness,
Aroused the sentiment and chuck.
Opened the heart,
And embraced the heaven and earth,
I love this kind of endless dusk.

When I was sad,
I always lighted my heart,
The wonderful yearning,
Linked up the love addiction and mud.
Your eyebrows and eyes,
Only appeared in the sky always,
Under the burning sunset,
That I was flushed.

If it’s not the temptation of every moment,
Why should the sunset in this time,
Full of the lingering scars ?

Missing you so much,
Even if you’re here and at my side,
It seems like closing to cruelty,
Of this light with blood.
The strong memories,
Like the loyalty cannot be destroyed,
Let the fire engulf me more,
When I don’t want to rush.

I’m In Anywhere

By James Tian

I’m not here,
I’m not there.
But the beautiful sceneries,
Will never disappear.

Every Monday full of freedom,
Every weekend full of hopes,
Is composed of countless “Flare”.

Ask me where,
Ask you where,
Where can we really stop having fear.

We have stars every night,
And sunshine every morning,
They’re our best dares.

Although we’re as fine as dust,
We have love as a link,
Our wishes are loaded on faith and will,
Never be lost like a hare.

I’m not here,
I’m not there,
You can find me in anywhere.
I’m not here,
I’m not there,
People are all my dears.