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Here's to the friends I got along
In a time with the notion we belong
To the pages we shared for long
All ended up with a painful song

Time after time I juggled
Between waking up and sleeping
I remember how we chuckled
Over cans of beer we're drinking

I think of you wherever I go
As the wind shall sweetly blow
I miss you, and we both know
My heart fonder it will grow

Hail thy shades of marigold
Against all odds, we're ever bold
Fear not as twilight shall unfold
Flames of hope til hundreds old

Let me be your cup of coffee
You delight in every single day
Making you perpetually happy
Giving your gentle heart a sway

Alive, alert, awake, enthusiastic
At 12: 15 of a special morning
T'was pretty much the clock's tick
What could even be more romantic?

A lonesome soul was I
Tried searching far and wide
Someone unlooked for glided by
And thee never left my side

Metamorphosed butterfly
In your palm is where it lies
One rainy Sunday afternoon
In an eye's blink, it flew too soon

Spilling out like sentences as thoughts rippled
Waves of sadness washed all over me
A terrible twist of fate it ought to be
A tragic soul had stolen the life of my entire body

Have you ever seen a rainbow?
You might have seen a few or a lot, I know
But what exactly each color looks and feels like?
With shades in variance yet in some ways alike

The pink-tinged cloud thwart the sea
Gestured hope from a promising plea
The grain of sand I felt as I walked t'wards thr shore
Tickled a wish that I may be with the one I adore

There was a man who loves to exercise
While eating chicken, beef soup and a spice
Ring a ding, ring a ding
With his miss, sweet cola drinking

The feel of warm bread
The taste of red wine
Your presence in my heart and head
Oh simply divine, my clementine

Some see a weed
I see a wish
Some pay no heed
I am in dire need

Your hazel eyes in luster
Enraptures my every stare
The echo of your laughter
A zephyr I listen to so rare

The ocean is but wide and deep
Time and again, the breeze blows a ripple
At night, it may be as quiet as a sleep
Anchored in the abyss, the water is stable

In the silence of the breaking dawn
A clangor of voices incessantly echoed
Dwelt over fancies of the truth and nay fawn
Hath these feelings rest on a place of abode

As I gazed upon a celestine
My mind was caught wondering
What a kind of life it had been
With even footprints left unseen.


Tears dewed her lashes
As she pinned her hopes on the celestine
Words rescued from dirt and ashes
From the good, the bad and everything in between


She stood gracefully in the vastness of the garden of beautiful flowers
Her petals, though defaced and with forminable splinters
Never allowed her allurement to fade even if the rays tried to let her wither
Not even under the rain she's left soaked, she never felt somber

The Best Poem Of Carmina Abrenica

Once There Was A Friend

Here's to the friends I got along
In a time with the notion we belong
To the pages we shared for long
All ended up with a painful song

To that seat I thought I truly own
Together with the photos on my phone
To the care I mused was honestly shown
Ceased as now I enter the room alone

To that black I ignored seeing the white
And the distant feeling after a silent fight
All the stories over food one fine night
And that market walk at morning's light

Without utterance I let out a long sigh
To these chapters I bid you goodbye
But still my well wishes to see you fly
Are deep within me until I no longer cry

11/20/19 5: 57 AM

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