Romancing Sunsets

Sunset Poetography

Since this is Valentine’s Week, it is but high time to have “feels” and “hugot”. Whether taken, single or in a complicated status, we all love to join the bandwagon and get romantic this season. And perhaps the most cliche’d romantic outlets are poems and sunsets! I mean, who would not get very romantic and oh so poetic at the sight of breathtaking sunsets, right?

These poems are written at the very moment when I captured the accompanying sunset photo. Poetry moods depend on the elements present  in the picture. And a bit of a challenge to myself, I have to finish a poetry caption before the spectacle of colors totally fade. If one poem here reflects your heart’s current state, feel free to share!

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Already Taken

(Bohol. 11-11-13)

Magenta, indigo and a tinge of lime
These always remind me that you’re not mine

The more that I’m told, the more that I want you
I’ll snatch you from that chink who owns hue.

_______

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Rendezvous

(Zamboanga City. 10-13-13)

It’s the time of the day again.

When sunlight fights the night in vain.

Spill over your murky color, oh please gently

So I can feel this hue fight appeasingly

I know that we are halfway there

But I’ll meet you tomorrow, same time, somewhere.

________

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Territorial Bae

Ilocos Sur (03-29-14)

Please. On my knees. Can I have some more time?

So I can let you hear my serenade in pompous rhyme.

With your sight, all of my worries now flee.
So don’t you flirt with anyone else but me.

_____

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Maiden in the Skies

(Zambales 05-20-14)

How can the prince, and not the damsel, be in distress?

But I like it when you tease to appease all thy stress

Can I have a night not without you maiden in the skies

For me to savor every pallet and tint of your elusive paradise.

_______

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Sinful

(Davao Oriental. 06-01-13)

Your warm gentle hands cover my eyes

As I orgasmicly wait for your surprise

You say ‘one” but my eyes opened early on ‘Two’

Can’t keep myself from cheating on your sinful hue

(c) Makoi Popioco

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