Mitch Señoron


MeRiverries


I gazed under the sun,
Walked on the grass,
Feeling the air passing through my hair,
And feeling the cold warm water on my feet.

I see friends playing happily,
On the river, jumping, diving, enjoying,
Then walking on the slippery stones trying to enjoy myself,
By sitting on a rock under the sun taking pictures of friends.

MeRiverries, MeRiverries,
River Memories,
Where it's the first time seeing us all together,
Enjoying, the cold warm waters of the river.

Submitted: Monday, February 12, 2007
Edited: Thursday, January 13, 2011

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  • Rinz Xymethyst (3/5/2008 2:34:00 AM)

    Pleasant day mitch!

    I have read your poem and they're all right. I love the Meriverries! Hope you'll add more to your collection. but there's one thing... sorry to write this...I think you're not into writing romantic stuff.

    I still like your wortks though.

    See you on Summer time! (^_^) (Report) Reply

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