Ency Bearis

' Auban ' - Poem by Ency Bearis

In a certain place I drive in a smooth way
I noticed strange town names along the way

Such names as Otab, Auban, Agiri and Ihub
The places I can't recognize, nor recall of

Most specially the name of the town Auban
To the utmost point to recall the places I can

If those are in other side of the world called Oriental?
Or I see only those names just an incidental?

But the town landmarks are so familiar
And I'd been to the places in particular

In my thoughts I was there, I lived there before
But why the town's name is so strange, wherefore?

I stopped, sit still, then sit in upside down
Recalling and rundown the names, spelldown

O'er and o'er 'til my thoughts got stagnant
But in such quick swift of the moment

With rapid heart beats, I woke up from my dreams
Auban I recall - then Nabua to my mind beams

Ah, its my hometown, Nabua - Auban whatever
My sweet home reminding me even in my slumber

To my native land 'til my age go down the lane
Even though I'm far away my love still remain

Comments about ' Auban ' by Ency Bearis

  • Dave Walker (3/14/2012 3:14:00 PM)

    Really great poem, like it, a great write. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 9, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 18, 2012

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