Fara Sani

Rookie (25 July 1992 / Singapore)

Hello Stranger Poem by Fara Sani


Hello stranger
I notice you made a stop by my road
You walk right over but you did leave a note.
Good morning stranger
Not a moment to let out of hand
You blurred my vision when you went
Greetings Stranger
I’m trying to understand who you really are
But I can’t be acquainted with you from afar
Oh dear stranger
So dark yet charming and mysteriously fine
I couldn’t recognize looking you from behind
Hello there stranger
You came just in time for me
I still can’t figure out who could you be
Stranger, stranger, stranger
As you linger by keeping your cool
I couldn’t help but stare like a fool
Stranger was it?
Because I can’t seem to get a clear picture
Are you the one to give all the answer?
Gosh, sweet stranger
Please can you not leave just yet?
I want someone near because I’m feeling kinda sad
Hey Mr. Stranger
Come on closer, I leave you a place
It isn’t so strange now that I’ve seen your face
Hello there stranger
Not as strange as before
I now know why, cause you’re someone I adore.

Submitted: Sunday, June 24, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 16, 2011

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