Poem: Unknown

Jazz symphony’s ringing
the depth of one’s heart
Bedrock that redolent
what’s left behind
Strong like a Mikado
what might-have-been
of a lonely heart
Our expiry date
remonstrate no more
Fated to love you
Are we destined to meet?

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3 thoughts on “Poem: Unknown

  1. Wuji January 27, 2014 at 2:10 am Reply

    Hey Deborah, this is pretty amazing. Would you be interested in perhaps joining a contest I’m trying to set up?

    Wuji International Poetry Festival
    _____________________________________________________

    Welcome to Writercafe’s most unique poetic tournament.

    It’s very important for me to find talent from all over the world!

    I’d like writers to enter who don’t usually join contents to showcase their work in our Poetry Festival, I hope you can join?

    http://www.writerscafe.org/contests/Wuji-International-Poetry-Festival-IV/49425/

    Fore more information how to apply please consult this link:

    http://seshatwuji.wordpress.com/wuji-international-poetry-festival/

    • Deborah Wong January 27, 2014 at 7:49 pm Reply

      Dear Wuji,

      Already submitted – ‘Poison #13’. 🙂 Thanks for informing and ‘liking’ my recent poem. 🙂

      • Wuji January 27, 2014 at 8:11 pm

        Thanks Deborah 🙂

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