Visit To Jeju South Korea (Regional) - Poem by Ronald Chapman
The Juju-do endures like a dreamy beer,
Never hate a Jespi,
Seas endure like big beaches Loveland,
Love is a cool breeze.
Never pull a haenyo divers fishing net,
The small girls roughly commands the sea,
The haenyo divers Mermaids endures like a warm ship,
Desolation, life, and endurance!
Why does the highest mountain hide?
Where are the lively grandfather stones?
Adventure, faith, and love,
Unreal, sunny and chocolate candy too.
All mainlands fight rough, misty winds,
Dreamy shore roughly loves the sun.
Adventure, courage, and life!
Jeju Pony 'Hidden Treasure."
Sails fall like lively Olle walking trails.
Travel roughly like an island reef,
The sunny ship calmly views the trails.
Sunrise from a volcanic crater.
Sunny fields of barley.
The sun waves goodnight, like a sunny gull,
Courage, dreams and faith,
Oh! The wonders I have seen!
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