Ally Fred Pray Poems
- 1. An Open Shoulder.
I asked God for a miracle one day,
There was no sign.
I looked at the sky,
- 2. Happy Birthday!
Sharp air in my fragile nostrils, I'd smell freedom,
My closed eyes could hardly see the light.
Can't tell how big was the ransom,
But I recall the sensational bliss it brought.
- 3. Happy Mother's Day
In every morning the glorious rays of East
and the joyous evening rays of West
I see the deepest smile from your heart.
- 4. The Same Day
A bright morning is better than a sunny day,
The beautiful rays of the sunshine today,
I love a sunny day.
The dazzling light looks gay,
- 5. Peace Treaty
Don't come to look at me,
I was lost and not your eyes I'd see.
Don't wet your eyes crying,
- 6. At Crossroads
It was a long wearisome walk
Alone without someone to talk
The legs entirely exhausted
The throat extremely thirsted
- 7. The Sunny Evening
What's more beautiful to watch than the sunset?
The evening birds happily sings in harmony,
Calm winds whistles quietly, how benevolent?
The sun peacefully escorted by the twilight,
- 8. When You See Me
When you happen to see me around,
Tell me I was looking for me.
I know how crazy I sound,
It's a clear picture I want to see.
- 9. War
If only wind could hear my voice, I'd ask it to blow you away.
If only I could erase your memories, I'd smile for a day.
You came without fear or favour to the less fortunate,
And left me with your phobia I can't underestimate.