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New Chapter

Among the frigid mist
As I started to perspire
Near Dover's summit
I knelt down with a ring
U standing astounded
As your frozen tears fall

As I ask you to marry me
Orchestras began to form in the distance
The cries of wendigos
The yetis' gurgle
Shake the trees at hawks
It somehow fits that occasion

To create a night to remember
Triton is here altering the sky
Changing it to blue
As the northern light whirled above
To be certain, you pinch yourself
This was the fantasy you were after

As my heart was pounding like shooting stars
Your hand was raised

As I am aware of your acceptance
I was at ease and happy
My eyes are weeping joyful tears
While I place the ring on your beautiful finger
It was more than perfect

The ring shine under the blue sky
More than the scattered diamonds around
As I get up, the distance between us has gone

As our two souls merge into one
The darkness has disappears
The light in the sky appears
And our life also entered a new chapter

About this poem

I wrote this poem because this is how I wanted to propose to my girlfriend if we could travel and live at Neptune.

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Written on August 19, 2022

Submitted by skhima1205 on August 19, 2022

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 973
Words 191
Stanzas 7
Stanza Lengths 6, 6, 6, 2, 5, 3, 4

Himaayalan A/L Santhru

I grew up in Banting,Selangor, Malaysis. Spent my time helping my family, reading books, and watching sci-fi romantic supernatural movies and web series. I have a beautiful family with a single mom and 2 brothers and 2 sisters. I enjoy writing poetry and tuning it into songs. I prepare this for my girlfriend when I propose to her. more…

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