Moonlight Memories - Poem by Ronald Chapman
In this land of memories,
Waves of shooting stars ripple across an Eastern sea,
Yet! What other words can describe such beauty?
The ocean plays a song,
Musical notes rushing past me,
Opening my heart,
Looking at the sea,
Remembering, yesterday's loneliness,
Waiting for you,
In beams of bright moonlight,
Seeing your reflection in the water covered in white,
Has taken away my memories of heartache.
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