John G. Nelson (August 24,1976 / Monrovia, Liberia)
can we chat?
As I combed, browsed the internet
A memorable day, my old coronet,
A déjà vu, those my radiance deep
whose treasure, memories, I keep
I said 'hello to an unknown face.
&got hello in return, to run or race?
let fondle words, our saying & chat,
she said, but not like a cat.
I stay for a moment to embrace
& we fondled in an amazing pace
She said, I find a brilliant mind at last
& my time has not come to waste.
As we embrace each passing words,
We both express delights for our cords.
and hope, we both stay by our rules,
in time, words could be faithful & true.
She typed in delights, an unusual way
that mingle with laughter, pleasure lay,
Words written were kind & pleasing,
& expressed with indescribable feelings.
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