Sylvia Frances Chan

Gold Star - 17,204 Points (22 November / Jakarta, Indonesia)

Missing You - Poem by Sylvia Frances Chan

Nineteen lines for my dear Coni,
the poetess Mrs. Belle from the town of C.
in Ind.

Missing You
You seem so nice to me
so nice to all the others too, we
still need you here eagerly
for the sake of poetry

One happy day you just faded in the air
where are you, no any trace, no bark
It felt like darkness spread his robe upon my view, where
are you, I was missing you, like groping in the dark

Please come back again,
do quick, where and when?
So sad, I waited in vain

Are you not feeling well,
or at least you are not in the mood
please come back for the good, need not to dwell

You seem so kind to me, my dear
so kind to all the others too it's clear
but I still need you eagerly
for our sake this poetry

©Sylvia Frances Chan
copyright Mon Sep 19 - 2011 at 21.12 hrs -
All Rights Reserve

Published September 19,2011
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Topic(s) of this poem: longing

Form: Free Verse

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

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