Ronald Chapman


The Kindest Soul - Poem by Ronald Chapman

Tonight I will dream of your magical city lights and,
Tigers everywhere. That far away place where you live,

Listening to echoes of ocean waves and your Jeju music,
I long to sip from your charming glass filled with Soju,

In my dreams;

I fly on the exquisite silver winged magpie,
Witnessing - skimming over vast continents, oceans and seas,
Of sparkling waves of my happy tears;

The depths of all the seas of the world,
Shall never separate our shining love again,
As this growing love, brings our Souls together from afar,

In the twilight, we feast on chocolate-coated Jolly pong,
With tender chocolate kisses of love,

Adorned in white silk robes, we pluck our loud love chimes from our hearts,

I touch your cheek,
Like magic, your charm appears,
Warming my heart,
You grab hold;
Place your head against my chest,
Listening to the music of my beating heart,

Our Souls melt into one song,

You will always be my adorable Korean princess,
The kindest Soul of my growing eye of love.

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Form: Prose Poem


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 5, 2015



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