Pearl Weena Marie E. Sabido, M.D.
Pearl Weena Marie E. Sabido, M.D. Poems
Hello, dear stranger. And so we meet again.
How long has it been, since that time when
We loved one another, a ten on a scale of one to ten?
Remember the old feelings, those you captured with your pen?
You always gave me roses,
Said you were the luckiest of men.
Do you recall how you’d hold me tight,
And to your heart I’d listen?
And oh, all those kisses!
How we loved to share them so often!
Everything felt so right,
Like a dream whence I wished not to awaken.
But all that is now past. And even though we can
Be the most passionate of ...
Let me open my eyes at dusk tonight
Don't drive damnation into my heart
I don't mean to kill, I don't want a fight
Just let me live, a war don't start
Forget your task, release your stake
You know not a thing you do
An angry me you don't wish to make
Go away, child, my wrath has begun to brew