Biographical Poetry posted September 22, 2017

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About someone I care for and long to see again.

You Know Who You Are

by Juno Hoo

Over seven hundred moons and suns past,
Since I last laid eager eyes upon you.
Watching beaches spill through an hour glass,
Feeling every grain of sand fall through.
Still I know we look up at the same sky.
When the world whirls us back to each other,
I will see you again for the first time.
Black and white life will return to color.
Your absence is like a passing season.
A natural change that always occurs.
Without winter's cold, we'd have no reason,
To appreciate the warmth of summer.
Don't know how you'll be affected by time.
But, my feelings for you will age like wine.

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