Ferdinand L Quintos
Chain Poem/Name Poem 1: Magnolia - Poem by Ferdinand L Quintos
Meandering on every land and each sea,
Around the wide world I went hoping
Glory of love I would come upon;
None I found ‘til no more place to go,
On wearied legs I retraced my trail;
Lying morose in bed, felled by ennui,
I saw at last sans doubt’s iota
All I sought lies deep in your bosom.
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On the other hand, a name poem is, actually, an acrostic.)
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