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Forgetful Poe(t)

By: Ernesto Pangilinan Santiago
If you don't want to speak,
Why did you call me!?
You're disturbing me, honey
You know, I'm really busy;
I've a poem to finish, about us.

Ok, come to my place,
If you want;
By the time you be here,
Surely, I'm done with my writings.

Speak, O speak to me now,
I can't let this poem go...
Fluttering to an unknown grave.

So serious, you are?
As if I've done something wrong,
What's up honey, bad mood?

No, nothing, O my dear Poe(t);
I just waited for you, for hours.

You've forgotten our date!

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About The Author, Ernesto Pangilinan Santiago


Ernesto Pangilinan Santiago is a poet/immigrant living in Athens, Greece.
He is the author of a poetry book "The Walking Man", published by Outskirtspress.com

More info: http://www.outskirtspress.com/ernestopangilinansantiago

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