A Rings Quest - Poem by Monica Engeler
A square shaped entity lay on the table
It had a lid that appeared to remain hard
The texture of the box was old but able
Maplewood held the framework as one.
One wondered what was inside this object
Maybe something from another time in life,
Or an old forgotten relic one wants to reject
I know how to find the answers to this quest.
Nothing can stop me from fixing my hunt
This pack lay oddly on my counter alone
There may be a secret that lies in a blunt
Life has too many unsolved obscurities.
The bit just waits for me to undo the face
Slowly I opened the top with deep curiosity
A radiant white light sparkled a rigid trace.
Oh great thing had to be inside my wrap up.
Inside the glowing box was a golden loop
The flickering shine vibrated a single power
Rounded and individual for one fingers hoop
Someone left this gift for an idea of kindness.
I picture why this was left standing unfound
The wrong owner was parted some time ago
That had to be the answer to this lost sound
Then one has to think who it will go to next?
A ring implies love, loyalty, and togetherness
How I wish that this devotion comes to me soon
This cunning band has to be given forever ness.
Are you the one for me that will harness my life?
My eyes open wide seeing brighter tomorrows
There is a life of clear happiness waiting nearby
This sphere has unfastened my future morrows
I wish it to me my very own and share it forever.
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