Honey, Where Are You? - Poem by Regan Rodrigo
i have waited and waited in my nest
while sun traveled from east to west.
O! Stars came, they glittered marvelously
they grinned about me due to my position
The euqador rays are hesitating to appear before me
as they feel shy to appear before my ray of sorrow on my face
The vulcanos are not ready to omit their flames
they think, their snares may be quenched by my dip of cryings.
Even today sky's limit is measured before my stretch of my sorrow.
How many days may i wait for you my sweat heart with running eyes?
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