Sylvia Frances Chan

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Memories At The Present - Poem by Sylvia Frances Chan

Memories At The Present
As I walk down the river
As I walk near the sea
As I walk in the gardens
As I walk here into me

What view near the side river's delight?
What pleasure from the sea ma douce amie?
What beauty in millions of roses petalsless
What sensation in milliards kisses without caress

As I walked from the river
As I walked from the sea
As I walked from the gardens
As I walk here right into me

My Heart leaps up!
Like Heaven's Paradise
This is not the View of a Woman's Wise
So many Sweet Caress, it's a Miraculous Bless

As I lost the river's nasty view
As I lost the sea's sore sight
As I lost the garden's awful delight
As I came to the deeper me

So many Brilliant Faces
Roses oo so beautiful...thornless
Just one Single Mind Full of Sweet Caress
To know You is A Heaven's Bless,
More but never Less

As I walked down the river
As I walked near the sea
As I walked in the gardens
As I am now here in my deepest me

I've found my Inner SoulMate
I've found my Deeper Me
I've found All Trust that I can Share
It's Real, It's To Be, It's such a Heavenly Welfare

Sylvia Frances Chan
© copyright Wed Aug 17 - 2011 - All Rights Reserved

autumn in august @21C-2011 from the lowlands

Comments about Memories At The Present by Sylvia Frances Chan

  • Donward Bughaw (5/29/2016 8:35:00 AM)

    wow..nice poem madaam (Report) Reply

    Sylvia Frances Chan (6/26/2018 12:56:00 PM)

    Thank you so much, Donward! Good to see you here on Poemhunter´s ground. Be blessed in abundance, dear poet friend. Amen.

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  • Bhargabi Dei Mahakul (8/13/2015 7:11:00 PM)

    I walk down the river. I walk down the sea. Thorn less roses are so beautiful and sweet. The fragrances spread life with glitter of interesting feeling. Very finely given touch here. Finding inner soul mate is interesting.....10 (Report) Reply

    Sylvia Frances Chan (6/26/2018 12:58:00 PM)

    Thank you so much, Mrs. Bhargabi, I feel humbled and honored by thy visit. This is poem of long gone years, but I still like it. God´s Blessings in Abundance! Amen, Thank you so much for the precious 10.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

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