Phantom Singh

Meeting A New Virtual Friend - Poem by Phantom Singh

Town Hall Meeting
It was a meeting much feared and anticipated
As they had never met or dated.. yet something special they had created
It was the fear of the unknown and of losing the virtual throne which they had formed..
A beautiful connection had been dawned as they were still coming out of their own storms..
She was his New best friend as their conversations would rarely end..
She had gone through her battles and had earned her medals, while he was a step behind and was in need of more wine
But She lent her kind ears to make him over come his fears
Destiny had brought them together while they were going through their own rough weathers..
He got back to being a poet, something that he had well forgotten
but he realized he was still not as rotten..
They met from across the oceans while they were dealing with rough emotions..
This meeting was not expected this soon as they were still getting out of their past looms
It was an evening well spent, much was spoken and a lot remained unsaid
He felt the comfort to have his outpour as she took him outdoor..
There was no fear to go bare as he continued to share..
Those new deep caring eyes offered the much needed respite..
They met again but with her loved ones this time.. She showed her trust in him that deeply touched him..
He still needs to heal before they can turn a new wheel..
Should he charge ahead or wait till he is recharged with better health?
- Phantom

Topic(s) of this poem: love and friendship, meeting

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2016

Poem Edited: Monday, February 1, 2016

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