Kamiel Choi

Veteran Poet - 1,355 Points (1979)

Two Strangers - Poem by Kamiel Choi

How much peace is in an evening walk
of two near strangers at the bay
when they hold hands and gently talk
even if their peace - has gone away

How much truth lies there, for a little while
when of human needs the most divine
between a thoughtful nod and then a smile
is shared by eyes like yours and mine

The sea is whispering quietly below
her waves are pushing light shadows ashore
we inspired each other - and smiled even more

Our shadows, let's pick them up before we go
because the moonlight won't restore
those shadows and this instant, never more

Topic(s) of this poem: beach, friendship, love, sea, shadows

Form: Sonnet


Comments about Two Strangers by Kamiel Choi

  • Yolandey Share (12/7/2017 11:54:00 PM)


    Passionate wow nicely said could actually imagine the feelings that are embraced by the two thanx for sharing it
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  • Robert Murray Smith (12/2/2017 5:30:00 AM)


    An excellent poetic poem that makes us walk with the near strangers. I liked that expression. We are all near strangers no matter who we think we know, Why? Because we are all unique minds made of chemical-electric neuronic pulsations that change in nanoseconds.10

    Robert
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  • Dr.tony Brahmin (12/2/2017 5:07:00 AM)


    How much truth lies there, for a little while
    when of human needs the most divine
    between a thoughtful nod and then a smile
    is shared by eyes like yours and mine....... simply a beautiful poem.... full of lovefull thoughts and romance in simplicity.. thank you dear poet. tony
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  • Abhimanyu Kumar.s (12/2/2017 4:41:00 AM)


    Strangers are friends too who bring moment happiness. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 2, 2017



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