Pancake and Letter

Pancake and Letter

 

Mom, you always love me unconditionally

Dad, you always care for me every minute, everyday

And even though things sometimes get rough

And sometimes things are brighter when we can smile and laugh

Both of you were always there beside me

Like the rays of sun shining on me

 

“Hmm…Now, I finished writing this letter”

Wish things will get better…

 

I put my cloak and hat on

Asking myself “If I’m ready so I can move on”

I never realize that the best things in my life

Will soon say “adios” (It really hurts like a cut of knife)

Hope “they will always remember me on this pancake”

A sign of simplicity and thickness…

I know this may look ridiculous for their sake…

But it’s the best I can make for their happiness

 

So I went on from there,

Carrying the pancake and my letter

While walking on damped street

Of Saint Garrette

After five minutes more

I will soon arrive outside my parent’s door

 

Ding! Dong! Ding! Dong!

“The door creaked open”

And I heard an angel’s song

As my parents let me in “the home” that I called heaven…

…………………………………………………………………………………………

 

This poem is about a story of two parents who lost their son two years ago…

The time they received their favorite pan cake and letter from their son

That’s the time when their son said goodbye…

 

WAN2009

 

 

 


Comments:
 
Conflicteddreamer   Conflicteddreamer wrote
on 9/4/2012 9:22:24 PM
This poem made me smile. I like you Wan!

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