Treasure Island

John Hazon Palen

(February 3,1995 / Philippines)

Fate


Summer after high school, I recall
You're beautiful, my eyes rolled
The time we met by the low sunset,
All things in life then went great

Your face so nice I cannot forget
It made my heart skip a beat
The time we both walked down this street
I guessed, God says it's our fate

Then came the beauty of twilight's hour
By chance, we've made to dance ‘round
The ring's in my hand then I knelt down
The time we have, this love's ours

Our families came, the whole town, too
The time when we both said 'I do'
I've proven to myself while doves flew
That happy endings do come true.

(Someday, I'll find this..; ')
This is one of the poems I have written and finished fast from pure imagination! And I was surprised that this turned out to be one of the readers' most-read poem of mine..)

Submitted: Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Edited: Thursday, March 01, 2012

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