Treasure Island

Cyrus Diaz

(November 23,1989 / Lampanusan Kalilangan Bukidnon)

At the Crossroad


At the crossroad of life
Souls do entwine by fate
Or by the guiding light,
Some are meant to make
A union, some are meant to
Make companion,
Some are meant to create
Camaraderie and some
Are meant to be forever
With each others dominion.
At the crossroad of life
Though uncertain of
Its actual sight, some
Souls are meant to create
Another world, another
story, different versions
to unfold, to make this
life colorful, more meaningful.
But not all union is firm
Enough to last, not all
Companion is strong
Enough to hold on,
Circumstances may
Interfere or not, still
Nothing in that entwined
Bond will eternally last
Because everything
Our life including,
Will come to pass.

Submitted: Monday, December 19, 2011

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