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Antonio Liao

Rookie - 551 Points (november 7,1957 / dapitan city)

A beginning that leads me to the end


deep in our heart, lives the breath of our soul, the immortality
of what it is made, lies in the wisdom of the one who created
the eternity as the destiny of every living and non-living materials
that exist

a pondering, message that in everything we do, has value to
remember, that gives the essence of what we feel, an inner
passion that jerks us to move and courage to go on, of what is
being made

this is our human impulse, like a wind that leaves in every trees,
that passes each leaf drops in the soil of fertility, perhaps one
has to retrospect, what strength we possess, for this will be the
sole energy we have, when time we meet our creator

be pure in heart and let your spirit, cling to the spirit of God, for
only in this courage you will win the strength of God, his
weaknesses lies in what we are, live what is call to perfection,
a call to human failure to accept what your heart desire, yet
honest to receive the forgiveness of God

build a trust, that will guide your way that in every failure, you
know the remission of our sin, what being taken is what is being
live in the eternity of life, God never leave us alone, even in the
dungeon of hell, He stay with us

just be in your watch, in every way you live, for the time is not
perfect, the way as it tack, in our life we stay, God will take us
so freely, good luck

Submitted: Tuesday, November 11, 2008

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  • Gold Star - 14,676 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (9/22/2009 10:51:00 PM)

    deep in our heart, lives the breath of our soul, the immortality
    of what it is made, lies in the wisdom of the one who created
    the eternity as the destiny of every living and non-living materials
    that exist......this is eternal truth and envisaged inthis great poem.. if oneunderstands and goes in depth of it there there won't beanymisery inlife left... kudos fo rthe poem/......10

    read mine i sell soul....i m desgrace (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Ahmad Shiddiqi (11/15/2008 12:12:00 PM)

    lovely! Dear, friend.
    Could you read and comment on my newest poems such as Harmony, Are we a born rebel? , Light, Sense, Under An Ordinary Sky, Inspiring, Refreshing, Be Brave! , Balance, Elegance, Quality, Motion, It Tells, Stage, You’re Not At The End Of The Road, A Reason To Relax, No Guarantee, please? Thank you very much. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Naru Kaede (11/12/2008 10:52:00 AM)

    Every creature will always back to HIS side...
    No one can be immortal...

    I love this one, so beautiful, the great one,

    Well done Mr. Antonio, (^_^) v

    Narue Kaede, , (Report) Reply

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