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Nikko, How Can I Get My Soul Back?

Poetry By: Honeysuckle1310
Poetry


Nikko, a beautiful landscape in Japan. I have never made a trip to this wonderful place. But her magic already took my heart away...


Submitted:Nov 20, 2011    Reads: 32    Comments: 4    Likes: 2   


No one can tie my amorous soul

It is a wandering cloud on the sky

Flying slowly with pretty winds

Dancing passionately with rays of the sun

Nothing can stop my roaming feet

Until that sunny day I meet you

O Nikko , a timid girl in a Kimono

You thieve my heart in the early fall

Your silky hairs stretch on the Kegon waterfall

I see rainbow lower his head to see you

O Nikko, that lovebird's eyes make your rosy cheeks

I find myself much agitated …

While you're dancing ardently in Sakura music

Falling birch leaves color your shining Kimono

Your seductive smile is lighting cherry -blossom up

"Nikko…Nikko… I am calling your name

Don't keep silent while my flute is flying"

I am standing on the Sacred bridge

Listening to your sweet whisper

" Please meet me in Toshogu Shrine

Where my soul has been kept from Edo's epoch".

Hot spring is murmuring in the forest

Telling about the touching love stories

Legend of beautiful cherry -blossom

And your immortal love with the last Samurai

Nikko, You are the most beautiful Japanese girl

How can I get my soul back ?

How can I control my lips don't call your name?

Where I, a traveler, with empty soul should go now?





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