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Poem from a secret admirer


I send you notes for you to see how you change the world."

Here is a poem from an analyticalQ fan who remains anonymous to me. The poem reads as though the poet has been to my house or knows me personally. Then my brother revealed that it's nobody I know, neither an old flame nor a future husband but obviously somebody he knows personally.


Dreamt in my Drought of you

A comfortable space
Your calming place
Your smirking smile
It lasted but a while

Head framed with flowing hair,
Confined in your comfort fair
We were closely placed
In a familiar space,

Your kitchen or bedroom hall,
You standing down so tall
Unafraid, you call
Breaking down the wall

The way you walk
The way you talk.
What I miss most of all
Will ever from my dreams fall

My vision so briefly tells,
Of the eternal streams' well
Waves and water swells
Silence the lost and lacking knells

23 August 2004 Monday

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Anne Ku at Ilp in May 2001
Anne Ku

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