Friday, April 10, 2015

Forever’s Walls to Asian Gangsters - Chinese vs Vietnamese 

A lover's madness bars him to forever 

Members of Asian gangs face off to a madness that prevents them from seeing a truth 


Forever’s Walls (round) 

Within these walls is buried there
A secret much too harsh to bear
A dream which passed another day
Which turned into this fate we share
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My heaven was this hideaway
Where every Joy was free to play
Each promised day would bring something new
And wonders came in vast array
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Each scent was a moment so true
A paradise where fancies flew
Where hearts of young lovers roamed free
In fields covered with flowers’ dew
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Then strange feeling fell upon me
Its grip gave no haven to flee
Its kiss brought me into its night
And swim amid pain’s jealousy
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Soon reasons would quickly ignite
Warm hugs were replaced by a fight
Our garden now knew only rain
Till my hands would clutch her too tight
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And here as myself I regain
Adrift in forever’s refrain
As heartbeats from walls once more blare
From madness too wretched to explain

(As if you weren't confused enough. There is a reason this poem is written as a round. Notice how the last stanza ties in with the first.)


I was really lucky to stumble into this video: Kid Cudi "Trapped in my Mind" 

Gangster up 

"Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street" is a non-fiction book chronicling the history of the children's television program, Sesame Street. Just thought I'd get that out of the way. Meanwhile, John Luc (Mychonny) gives us a behind the scene look at Melbourne, Australia's growing Asian gang problem. John is a young Australian YouTuber. He makes 'Asianese' videos of himself, friends and family. In this video, John risks far more than life and limb as a feared Vietnamese gang come face to face with their merciless Chinese rivals. 
What makes this video particularly dangerous for John (other than the ending); he is Viet/Chinese. "Asian Gangsters - Chinese vs Vietnamese" 

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