Vanessa Cabrera

Rookie (July 31 1987 / Guinobatan Calapan City Oriental Mindoro, Philippines)

03. Stairway of Perfection

I saw my soul lost and lonely
so afraid, so scared
the untruthfulness of life nothing else but unperferct.

I travelled so far but yet i can't find the answer. I suffered the pain and the tears.

I shout so loud but nobody hears me.
In the middle of the darkness, feel so cold, i feel so numb.The injustice of life will measure your faith, to the ONE who has whole and divine heart.

I struggled to seek the truth, the genuiness of life which completely unconscious. I saw the light and i follow.It is possible for the one who has whole hope to seek and embrace the truth. The love, the acceptance and liberty that posses you into purification no option nor rejection, just believe in your self and open your eyes to the reality and this stairway of perfection abluent your soul.


Submitted: Saturday, March 06, 2010
Edited: Saturday, March 20, 2010

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