Sylvia Frances Chan

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The Easy Riddle.... - Poem by Sylvia Frances Chan

My Big Secret
constantly as my companion
vigorating my soul
tender and impressing
a true delight constantly singing
deep within my being
would never go away nor go astray
my loyal companion
eversince childhood
throughout motherhood
and all the other hoods
let me get straight

this is no divine person
this is not our God
but the kindest object
for my belly connection per direct
it is a present of Friul (free: yule)
please, think orderly
and not like a kindest fool
constantly Nochola, oh lala
refreshening my soul
vigorating my whole being
Dear God, please don´t tell them
they have to guess the selves
once again, I repeat
it´s oft the same grand beat
please, don´t tweet
just relax and twitter
no gold but constantly glitter
glistening and winking at mine register
i don´t sing just a slight humming
OK, dear people and gentle hearts
what is this riddle I am presenting?
Oh dear, I forgot,
it is constantly melting
on its spot....

Photography and Design by Sylvia Frances Chan at Friul´s

© Sylvia Frances Chan
Copyright Protected

AD. Monday the 23rd April 2018
@ 9.30 hrs A.M. West-European Time

Added Note: Congratulations, Lody, ex-spouse of Rina,
do not be sad, today IS your BirthDAY, many God´s blessings
be upon you and many happy returns of the Day! PF.23 April 2018.
Enjoy the chocolate ice cream too.

Topic(s) of this poem: delight, riddle poem

Form: Rhyme Royal or Rime Royale

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Just a riddle for fun, nit The riddle in 5 lines and true rhyming with a repeat in the final line, this is just an Easy Riddle for FUN making, titled as The Easy Riddle.....

this is just simple, but a highest urge to write the words down,
as soonest as I have seen my photo of Nochola in Friul Ice Saloon

Please Enjoy the photo and the reading,
Thank you for having been HERE,

Sylvia Frances Chan
Dutch Poetess
A true fervent customer of Nochola (ice cream with many crunchies and chocolate pieces all over the crunchy baked notes in the chocolate ice cream....Yummy-Yummy! !

Comments about The Easy Riddle.... by Sylvia Frances Chan

  • Kumarmani Mahakul (4/27/2018 3:29:00 PM)

    A true delight is constantly singing in this just riddle fun giving poem with tenderness and this is very impressing poem. This poem is very brilliantly and beautifully penned...10 (Report)Reply

    Sylvia Frances Chan(8/5/2018 1:36:00 AM)

    WOW! That you said and mention: very brilliantly and beautifully penned, I feel so flattered and my heart is filled with glee. Your words do inspire me, Mr. Kumarmani Sir! They still echo within me. Thank you for the 10 too.God´s Blessings in Abundance, amen.

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  • Rose Marie Juan-austin (4/23/2018 2:26:00 PM)

    A lovely and delightful poem elegantly crafted.
    Informative for those who crave decadent dessert or
    ultimate dessert fix, that will make us swoon.
    In addition, this poem is also very entertaining since it presents
    to the reader a beautifully crafted riddle.
    Enjoyed reading your poem, Sylvia, as always.10

    Sylvia Frances Chan(4/24/2018 7:06:00 PM)

    Thank you so much for your ardent responses and feedback, I am flattered, honoured and humbled, Mrs. Juan-Austin, I truly appreciate your enjoyment reading my poem. And thank you for the 10.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2018

Poem Edited: Sunday, August 5, 2018

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