Train of Morrow
released on Nov 24 2021
hardcover, 96 full-color pages
Nature's serenity and Society's anxiety
are the muse of poet LuCxeed who more than often
travels back and forth, between nature and society,
dedicating life and passion to creativity and poetry.
Some LuCxeed poems are inspired by true events in modern life,
by true stories, and some with biting humour.
Selected LuCxeed Poems Col .iii. "Spirit Speed" released March 2022.
Selected LuCxeed Poems Col .ii. "Math & Music" released January 2022.
Selected LuCxeed Poems Col .i. "Train of Morrow" released November 2021.
Top quality print, books for any age, wonderful gifts.
Poetry, song lyrics, photos & philosophy
- Poet’s philosophy for Simplicity, for Harmony -
all make each page exquisite art.
Tune in to spiritual serenity, to connect or reconnect -
each poem is a song, hummed in the poet's soul.
One part of the book is
"quote from introduced poem",
without spoiling readers' understanding or imagination,
to quote a poem to introduce the poem,
and all quotes are in art calligraphy.
"Visit my Confidant"
"Half Soul’s Hope"
"Train of Morrow"
"Mercy! My Lord of Fame"
"Have we ever met"
"Soldier's Engagement Ring"
from Train of Morrow
"Math and Music"
"Its Own Contrary"
"Chemistry of Jealousy"
"Me and Drizzle"
"Meet the Wisest"
"Fate Rolls the Dice .II."
from Math and Music
"Shield from More Love"
"At Edge of Moonlight"
"Song from Calm Sea"
from Spirit Speed
From poem "Train of Morrow":
"Is Past a past
or a ghost?
or, as birth mark, a halo
on Train of Morrow
cannot think, nor rest."
From poem "Math and Music":
"I'm fond of math
A fountain of logic's truths
I'm fond of poems
A realm of rhapsodic hums"
From poem "From Edge of Moonlight":
"The moonlight descending
dims over the wilderland
Green eyes of wolves, greedy, blink
I hear the fear of trembling grass"
From poem "Road Untraveled":
"I'm in the middle
Of nowhere, of somewhere,
Led by a road untraveled.
Lost the trace of return.
No sign of threading through.
A road untraveled
Traps me in nowhere.
I make two turns, finding no clue;
I make a third turn to think it through."