Inro Lavil

Rookie (April 1992 / Cavite City, Philippines)

Project Curiosity On Mars

Project Curiosity on Mars

by Inro Lavil


Never liked her when I first saw her
Added her randomly since I've just known her
Just a strange woman whom I wouldn't care
Talking to her, not a thing I won't dare

However, curiosity interfered

Just liked her when we first laughed at a thing
Added me into her world that requires thinking
Just an awesome woman whom I want to befriend
Talking to her, a thing I don't want to end

Suddenly, curiosity pushed more

Just liked her more when we warmly mingled
Added her to my fans of my created jingle
Just an awesome woman of bottomless mystery
Talking to her is an eraser of unbearable misery

However, curiosity brought us to a new horizon

Just liked her more when I became aware
Added clarity and comfort beneath the thin air
Just a woman of many pasts and adventures
Talking to her made myself more mature

How far will this Mars rover go?
Discovering her was like exploring the planet of Mars
How far will this Mars rover go?
Please let this rover help me make her forget her scars

Submitted: Saturday, September 22, 2012

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A poem for those who are starting to be interested to someone.

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