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"All the Way, the Sun and the Moon, and the Mountains and the River" - A Poem

Updated: Mar 31, 2021

Author: Joey Zhou (Translated from Chinese poem)

Type: Worship Singing

Style: Neoclassical

There is no cloud for hundreds of miles and thousands of years, the red dust is billowing like blood. Sending love far away is also true and illusion, when the song is like a drunk moon.

When draped over the thorns, he was majestic and majestic. Conquered the journey, conquered the years, and conquered thousands of mountains and snow.

Ideals are not goals, dreams never stop. Drinking the river and the moon, touching the heart and soul, all the way to the sun and the moon, and the mountains and the river.

-- Written in Los Angeles on 3/28/2021



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