Kevin John Racaza
Affix - Poem by Kevin John Racaza
I had a stare at your face.
It was profoundly sad a worried.
Your eyes closed, a teardropp fell
Down your cheek that's rosy yet shivered.
To go comfort you, ease your pain,
To embrace you tight, give you warmth,
All my good motives, I want to give it a try
So your face would have sheen, stop your cry.
Dreaming of a day just a single, just a single moment
That you would smile, your haired is shirred.
A different time, opposite of now
Just a glimpse, so happiness won't be deterred.
A thing similar to our situation.
We lored from school the affix.
You start the problem, I give it a solution
Like your the prefix and I'm the suffix.
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