Greetings from the Philippines!How are you today?Hope you are all smiling and enjoying the splendor and simplicity of life. For today, I have penned a poem about this commonly unappreciated gift from above that also needs a little bit of our attention.Guess what?We can't see it but we can feel it.It emanates when it does, … Continue reading That Night,the Wind Blows
I’ve been dwelling in this abyss, Unaccompanied and fragmented, Seclusion took away my gladness, And desolation became my friend. Save me from this ill- fated curse! Touch me and feel my hollowness, Wait until those philosophies surge, Don’t let them dissolve in the crest. Hold me tight and defy ambivalence! Carve what’s in … Continue reading A Pen’s Outcry
Not so long ago, in a faraway land, There lived a maiden named Lebana! She used to ramble with her magic wand, and turned every place into a nirvana. The country dwellers venerated this lady, Not for her beauty, nor her omnipotence, But for her noble doings and her purity, Silhouetted by the untouched … Continue reading Lebana was the Queen!
Why should I write again? This clamor muddled my mind. What would I really gain? Retorts were still unkind. I have penned many ruminations, those scribbled and mundane. Some were merely imaginations, which could all make me insane. So I rummaged far and wide, But alas, no ripostes can be found. Obscurity never … Continue reading Lebana Speaks:Why Should I Write?
Here I am all over again, entombed in the realm of obscurity Silent outcry is just vain, and desolation may cause insanity. Will he come and protect me against the wretched curse of destiny? Please come and set me free, and we’ll both embrace immortality. Now is the right time, my dear, while … Continue reading Lebana Speaks: Amidst Obscurity (My 100th Post)
As I hid in the bars of fate, little voices tattled behind me. Withering words ignited hate, hence, freedom was a plea. But when I wallowed in the grandeur of tales, and succumbed in the glory of poetries, those displeasures, frights, and gales suddenly disappeared like reveries. I then escaped from the realm of uncertainty, … Continue reading Lebana Speaks: Untold Poetry (A Sonnet)
What Shall I Write? (Sonnet IV) What shall I write in this world full of words? This question often muddles my cognizance. Long hours of discerning dissuades my moods. So, whisper me your thoughts even in a trance. Shall I write about the splendor of nature- Its fecund landscape and verdant vegetation? The lakes, rivers, … Continue reading What Shall I Write?
In a realm where pandemonium subsists, you intrepidly stand to provide armistice, blowing away the impenetrable mists, and embracing victory without a notice. In a vast territory where darkness prowls, you keenly arrive carrying your raging torch, spreading the light and mollifying the howls, driving humanity to the unbending porch. In a world … Continue reading A Poem for Bloggers
Sunday mollifies the dreary mind, from the past monotonous days. It permits the equable chasers find, the land of temperate rays. Sunday soothes the physique, from the week’s strenuous task. It unbends the infuriating oblique, and unveils its impenetrable mask. Sunday provides music to one’s soul, with its sweet and melodious cadence. It … Continue reading Sunday’s Sonnet
Hello readers! Today is my sister-in-law’s birthday so I crafted her a sonnet. Happy Birthday, my dearest sister! SONNET II (A poem dedicated to Gardhen C. Raymundo-Claveria) Shall I compare thee to a golden moon? Thou art more glorious and radiant. Even the gleaming stars croon, When you gaze in an instant. … Continue reading A Sister’s Love