Your world is night, my troublesome rabbit fairy.

I see you jump over the lake and across the moon,

But you never fall.

Look at the round moon, your monitor,

Who keeps your reason.

And the lake, reflects, reflects the whole moon.

You touch the water, and make small dimples

On your face and the lake;

But you cannot fish up the moon.

Please stop jumping around!

You don't although I lie on the sofa.

I hate you, as much as I can, as

You finally fall into the lake, destroy the floating moon,


You don't know your heaviness but,

I do. I can see nothing but the thing in front of the lake,

An unstoppable waterfall.

I love you, my dear rabbit fairy.

Lee, Ka Hong

2014         BA (CPW)

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