David Andre' Klopper

Rookie - 1 Points (7 January 1962 / Durban, South Africa)

Mongolian Sunset - Poem by David Andre' Klopper

It's been a long, tough ride,
From bus to car I glide,
Tomb of Ghengis Khan,
Chinese soldier helped me on,
Luck and love but no song,

Journey on, my son,
You have just begun,
Your love like a river runs,

We drove in the desert sun,
Saved by a Mongolian son,
Sand too deep, dunes too steep,
Finally I am at fates end,
Is there a way for hearts to mend?

Time to rest, tension gone,
I search my heart, for you I long,
Bury your treasure, please hear,
I listen with my inner ear,
Once again on my way,
Looking for another day,

Did we find the place?
To you I look for grace,
Is there a sign from above,
Sudden rain, wild and rough,
Desert rain in my eyes,
Grace from above never lies,

Soon to pass, was rain by chance?
Ever upward do I glance,
Clouds drift, sunlight shifts,
Golden hues glow afar,
Your signs clear in desert air,
My hearts desire comes near.

Journey on, my son,
You have just begun,
Your love like a river runs.

April 2012

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 9, 2012

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