A Nostalgia

I had a busy term.
It was long since I can stop doing what I was doing and think about myself.
Yet today when everything finally sets down, my grades come out, food in fridge finished,
I sit in quiet ere about to packing for a new journey.
On my eyes suddenly set a watch I have not been used, still sets in Beijing time.
In that moment the feelings are overwhelming.
Only through that watch have I looked back.
I remembered today is my 99th day in the US.

Today is for gaze upon the past.
Tomorrow I will set my eyes in the far new horizon, where new stories are to be happened.

In memory of my 100 days in the US.

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