Ronald Ramirez Jaramillo

Rookie (Cali, Colombia)

Sonnet: Intercultural Love - Poem by Ronald Ramirez Jaramillo

How can two different worlds unite?
When neither one knows where they stand
I won't let you go without a fight
I'll swim your lakes and walk your land

I'll give away my people and culture
Or we could meet in the middle of our future
Where thoughts and feelings could bring us together
Stormy days don't judge my birds by their feathers

Whether is summer, winter, rainy or sunny
A picture in my mind will always be around
Where two mountains meet a river in your valley
Such a beautiful place by men never found

Gorgeous sky, shinny stars bright moon
Warm sun, wispy clouds come again soon

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 3, 2011

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 4, 2011

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