James Callos Jordan

Rookie (March 10,1987 / Somewhere in Angeles Pampanga Philippines)

Fight For Love


A dance that launched my thousand ship of love

To the island of your heart

A surprise attack that never was expected but came

Hidden from the hazel eyes that gleams

The ship landed and prepared

Built foundation of strong will

Planed the next move

But wasn’t expecting what would come

Enemy soldiers of all size and height

Strong and intimidating

Almost fell from the attack

But still had the strength to stand up

And fought the foes away

Time is ticking and wasted

For every moment counts

Gathered all resources

And attack the stronghold of fear and doubt

Arrived at castle where I could find my price

Went through all obstacles

And finally the treasure in my sight

Slowly went to its place

And held it with all protection

The treasure that I wanted

That fitted the four slits on my hand

October 19,2008

Submitted: Thursday, June 24, 2010
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