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
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
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
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
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
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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