If I Were A King.


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    If I Were A King.

    Let the globe be sold
    For uncountable priceless currencies of gold,
    I would have lived my entire
    Life, everything to satisfy your desire,
    If I were a King.

    If I were the most richest on earth,
    I would buy the planet Earth to build you mansions,
    Castles, Resorts and Palaces beyond imaginary fashions
    For you to reside infinitely in my heart,
    If I were a King.

    If I were the Omnipotent
    I would command core cardinal winds
    Never trample your foot, relax! On their wings,
    But I am speechless, my shames claims me impotent,
    If I were a King.

    I will love you now, now, more and more
    My heart companion, you're my all,
    And behold, only Death do Us part,
    Our bona-fide love, priceless in the Mart,
    If I were a King.

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    CdeM commented on If I Were A King.


    no doubt of the kinship found within...

    Poetry is what is lost in translation.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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