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MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

Rookie - 74 Points (11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

JAYMEE, MI AMORE


J-aymee, a woman who mesmerized me
To behold a passion to love eternally
Without any doubt nor any melancholy
The first time I set my eyes upon thee.

A-ll may vanish like deeds of noble men,
The wind may rest to blow till its fallen
But never this love I felt may come to end
But forever remain at my sepulcher’s den.

Y-ou are my everything that matters to me
For you gave me the reason to smile joyfully
Amidst every trials that always beckon me
As I face every hurdles shaping my destiny.

M-any may loved thee but mine is forever
Like the morning sun with all its luster
Kissing the palm of every valiant soldier
Fighting in every war with psalm and prayer.

E-very lover like me may in one day uncover
The glory of life and heaven with Our master
But let it be known when that time may occur
Thy name is engraved in this heart of a soldier.

E-very breath and dreams I have, I only offer
To the only woman that made me discover
That its great to live and be loved by a lover
Who will always be part till my life be over.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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