My Inamorata - Poem by sukkum chang
Regretful I am;
Anguish I am to you.
Wipe those tears away,
Precious are they.
Adorn this pulchritudinous life,
Smile like always.
You was held dear and the most cherished,
Heart and soul I say will you be reminiscent.
Let me wander like I do,
let go cause wonted I am.
In vagabondage I live,
Go live your life in serenity.
Ne'er look back,
No longer can i see you distressed.
Pain I am for you,
Au revoir, my inamorata.
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