Sangnam Nam

Dear McKagan Poem by Sangnam Nam

Men of letters, do you know what that means?
I am one of them and you are too if you want me to write to you^-^
Just joking...
So long away you are going from me
to break my heart that cares about you
but so glad that you came to me closer
I am sure one step by one step
as if you are playing the children's game
'무궁화 꽃이 피었습니다.'
I have been so happy to have discovered you
as I have predicted it would happen
and it sure happened.
Aren't you glad that you have discovered me in this
foreign nation
where you found comfort
and feeling wantedness
which you have been seeking in vain
in other peoples' arms
while your true love is waiting for you
here with open arms with the blanket
you left behind in my arms
wishing it is you that I am holding in my arms;
where are you at this moment
are you on your way towards me?
The one you have always been 仰慕
and 苦待 for those long 永劫 before this moment
so shall we say 'How do you do? ' now
With much LOVE,
Lisa Nam
12: 52 pm
July 18,2014

Submitted: Saturday, July 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love

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