The Call

Poem By Carmina Abrenica

The pink-tinged cloud thwart the sea
Gestured hope from a promising plea
The grain of sand I felt as I walked t'wards thr shore
Tickled a wish that I may be with the one I adore

Oh you're miles away from me
Farthest from what my eyes can see
Standing next to an old coconut tree
Savoring the breeze of your every mem'ry

The warmth of the sun made me gaze in wonder
How fate drew us even closer
How life gave us an abyss to share
How love sparked a fire so sweet and rare

As I think of you, my love
I always praise the heavens above
Nip in the bud time and distance served not
As changing seasons shall never disentangle our knot

3.31.18 8: 04 am

Comments about The Call

Dear Carmina, such a poem full of love....10++++
Very impressive write, Carmina. You may like to read my poem, Love And Iust. Thank you.
A refined poetic imagination, Carmina. You may like to read my poem, Love And Iust. Thank you.

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