Dec 25, 2006

2006年12月25日寫的詩

觸碰彼此的慾望
實現兩人的願望
決不讓彼此失望
只讓兩人永難忘

~ by Lin, Yu-Hua

I'm in Love

I am in love. I'm SO in love. I'm in love with someone who is much older than me [20 years older]. If you understand Chinese and read the Chinese poems I've composed these days, you can tell I'm in a relationship. People say those who are in love are poets.

Love was seeded in both of our hearts more than 1 year ago, but it didn't start to bloom until recently. It's just a beginning and I'm gonna cherish it, a (new) relationship starting from almost the end of 2006. And that will lead me/us into a HAPPY NEW YEAR OF 2007!

Dec 22, 2006

2006年12月22日寫的詩

繁瑣雜事不說累
暗夜獨自掉眼淚
旁人察覺頻拭淚
最怕家人受連累

(給母親也給天 下所有的母親/for Mom and moms)



追求名牌最浪費
貨真價實最珍貴
吃喝玩樂花得對
生活簡單有品味

~ by Lin, Yu-Hua

My Sister's Wedding 12092006

Dec 20, 2006

2006年12月20日寫的詩

睡了感覺不到我
醒來之後有個我
有時又覺不是我
是否還有另個我

~ by Lin, Yu-Hua

Dec 19, 2006

今晚寫的一首詩

誰曾撥動妳心弦
妳又觸動誰心弦
不怕哪天斷了緣
有機會再續前緣

- by Lin, Yu-Hua

剛剛寫的三首詩

(1)
剎那之間的觸動
無法言諭的感動
莫名其妙的心動
勇往直前的行動

(2)
邂逅之後的想念
付諸行動的意念
永不放棄的信念
帶來美好的懷念

(3)
常問自己怎麼來,
不知不覺這麼來,
人生不能再重來,
離開是否再回來?

- by Lin, Yu-Hua

Dec 14, 2006

Tranquil

Eating your fill
makes you ill.
Taking a sleeping pill
makes you still.
What really fits your bill
is nothing but being tranquil. ~ by Lin, Yu-Hua~

(Yet another poem. I love composing short rhymed poems. )

Dec 8, 2006

America's Next ...

America's Next ... Top Model? No! We were talking about America's next president.

The following is part of my email message reply to one of my good friends in the U.S.:

(The content of the message is all about my personal opinion except for my friend's thinking Hillary won't win.)

I've heard that Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton are going to run together for president and vice presient. In that case, I'd vote for them if I were an American citizen. It seems that no matter what happened between them, they're still the best "couple" in politics.

You think Hillary won't win because your country is not that progressive yet. Hum..., interesting. People here in this small country, Taiwan, have been talking about a probable female president in 2008. There're two possible candidates: one of them openly expressed her willingness to run; the other never mentioned anything or said any word about it though many political pundits think she's going to run. Taiwan is one of the a few progressive countries in Asia, but not as progressive as the U.S. Let's see a female president will be in which of the two countries first. Taiwan, or the U.S.?

I think Condoleezza Rice is good, too. It'd be better if she were a Democrat.

Barack Obama's got charisma (at least on TV). I have very limited information about him. The media here didn't cover him much. You know about him better than I do.

Dec 6, 2006

A Friend Who's Always There

(from a forwarded email message to me)

If I could catch a rainbow
I would do it just for you
And share with you its beauty
On the days you're feeling blue.

If I could build a mountain
You could call your very own;
A place to find serenity,
A place to be alone.

If I could take your troubles
I would toss them in the sea,
But all these things I'm finding
Are impossible for me.

I cannot build a mountain
Or catch a rainbow fair,
But let me be what I know best,
A friend who's always there.

Dec 3, 2006

Same Sentence, Different Interpretations

I took a picture of my friend.
= I photographed my freind.
= I took a picture which belonged to my friend. (The picture was one of the belongings of my friend.)

The cans are stacked in a pyramid.
= The cans are stacked into the shape of a pyramid.
= The cans are stacked in a large stone building with four triangular walls that slope in to a point at the top.

The woman is giving some copies to the man with her hand(s).
= The woman is handing the man some copies.
= The woman is giving the man with her hand(s) some copies. (The man has her hand[s].)
or
= The woman is giving the man some copies and her hand(s).