Jordan Legaspi

(24 July 1978 / Davao City, Philippines)

@ At Pamela's death bed

At Pamela's death bed

I spoke in truth with love
For you to hear my feeling

I bate my lips in silence
For you to say something

I looked at you in the eyes
For you to know my presence

I lend you my ears
For you to achieve your dream

I tapped your shoulders
For you to feel that I am sincere

I set aside my reason
For you to point out my ignorance

I emptied my heart's passion
For you to fill it

I laid everything from the start
For you to experience my love's devotion

What else my love
For you to believe

All what I am
To you I share

All what I have
To you I gave

And even my last breath
To you alone I offer

Goodbye my love
My only love, forever farewell

Submitted: Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Edited: Sunday, August 18, 2013

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