rhona fabi

Rookie (december 26,1990 / antipolo city)

A Song

The radio keeps on singing
a beautiful song.
A song that's actually
very soft to hear.
Song that tells me to
remember you now.

The song is but simple with
its very lyrics.
A simple composition for
inspired persons.
Song dedicated to a no
ordinary you.

There could be no other as
beautiful as this.
A melody that do catches
one's hearing.
Sound that do actually
makes one to love.

The words may be shallow
for anybody who hears it.
And may look so easy to
have composed it, but this
Song is one in a million
to find and hear.

Thou may ask why there's a
no ordinary song like this
And that you may ask and
say that this song is
Something that could do
softens one's tough heart.

This song is but a very
different one.
A pleasant sound that is
dedicated for somebody
Saying the exact feeling of
what somebody feels.

This maybe the simplest music
you could ever hear
And the shortest song you
would ever knew, and the only
Song with the longest expression
of what I feel for you.

Copyright © 2007 by Ronalyn 'Rhona' T. Fabi
(An original poem written on the 5th day of August 2007)

(This literary piece is govern with the rights of the author. Anyone who wants to use this poem should first ask the author or contact at reiyuucy_26@yahoo.com)

Submitted: Friday, September 25, 2009
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