About the Poem
This poem is for any one who has given up hope of finding someone. You just might find love in places you never thought you would.
New Life From Afar
|by Wolf With The Red Roses|
|What is this thing before me,
Full of wires and buttons
And lights and things?
What new wonders will it bring?
I tap it here and click it there -
Where it will take me if I dare?
So lonely with life and no where to go.
I'll type on these buttons
And see where I go.
I bounce through this wold of cyber space
Looking for someone
With a happy face.
And out of no where she does appear
Under her face does appear
And all of a sudden my life has new meaning
My mouth is smiling
And my face agleaming
For at one time my soul was dead,
Now all I have is
justonekiss in my head.
I wait each night in front of this thing
For her light to come on
To make my heart sing .
Oh, what a wonderful thing
Made of wires and buttons
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9 Visitor Comments
this is an update from wolf withtheredroses this was the first poem i ever wrote and to let you all know me and just one kiss have been together now for 7 years and we are just as happy as the first day we met hope you fine someone special toooo
I can really relate to this poem. I have been talking to a guy and he is the sweetest guy ever. He doesn't live but like 40 or 45 minutes away and I haven't met him. I'm gonna send this to him though because it is really pretty and it's just what I need to say. Thanks and keep up the good work!
this is just da way i feel! its a great poem i couldnt've explained it betta! good on u!
Very witty indeed,i like it.This says a lot about the time we live in.
this poem has an awesome analogy in all it's simplicity ! I sent this to my cybersweetie...
just a beautiful poem i loved it and i hope others will too :)
That's the feeling exactly!
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