Kevin Wang

Rookie (1994 / Lakewood)

'Shooting Stars 1' - Poem by Kevin Wang

stepping into a brand new page
as it opens to a whole new world of a fairytale
once imagined
like the blessed painters who created the starry sky

moving on in
with the moonlight playing softly
as their footsteps sound so silently
yet pounding full of the sweet scent
of love in the air flying so friskily
like the blossoms blooming fully w/ every step they take

it seemed like a golden dream
to put in our hearts to fill so full
to let her and his heart be swallowed by the sea
as they brought themselves closer
with the sky darkening into the soft, crimson red

where he'd be her paladin in shining armor
and she'd be a star shooting from the red carpet itself
it'd just seemed crystal clear
as they would walk together down the pier

dangling their feet
swinging with the beat of her heart
a glistening tear shimmering down like a shooting star
yet full of yellow and white
as they see a wishing star
and falling diamonds smile in the sky
let it sing, let it sing as they'd kiss with eyes closed
and embrace their hearts til breaths taken apart
and see the last shooting star fly across their mouths right in between

like a duet in the grassy field
and bring a story together
to write their own fairytale
let them, let them
see the shooting star
above their heads
and sing to the fullest
like a glowing bubble
yet embarks the golden truth on their noses
swaying with the beauty of a rose
just let them sing, let them sing til heart's desire


Comments about 'Shooting Stars 1' by Kevin Wang

  • Subhas Chandra Chakra (8/20/2017 2:28:00 AM)


    it seemed like a golden dream to put in our hearts to fill so full to let her and his heart be swallowed by the sea as they brought themselves closer with the sky darkening into the soft, crimson red Beautiful lines from such a nice poem. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 5, 2010



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