Sylvia Frances Chan

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A Poet Comes Along


A Poet comes Along$$$
Where are you Ana grams
must lose my Kilo grams
though slim and slender
wish you were here, know your gender

Though slim and smart
Ana will never part
from her grams as here shown
and I wish to behold my very own

©Sylvia Frances Chan
copyright Sun Sep 4 - 2011 -
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On a beautiful SummerDay

Published September 06,2011
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