MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

Rookie - 94 Points (11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

My Angel In The Net


J-ust the other night
I have seen an angel
Enchanting my sight
that I didn’t foretell
to chat for the night.

O-ver a candle’s light
... Burning upon a shell,
Her face glows delight
That made me to tell
You got me at first sight.

N-ever I seen in the site
A smile full of golden bell
Ringing rhyme of delight
Until I saw you as an angel
Filled with flickering light

A -prayer full of limelight
beckons my lonely heart
That you shall be the light
To take me out apart
From this den of my plight.

L-ife I have upon my sight
Is filled with broken heart
Yet when I behold the light
Of an angel with all her art,
Hope shields my lonely night.

Y-et in solitude, I often cry
Moaning as sorrows fry
My fate with emptiness,
With life endless bitterness,
I long for someone’s smile
To inspire me to sail a mile.

N-othing may change this fate
But hope entwined my faith
That someday I may find
Someone whom I can define
Love is art of full of happiness
And never a sting of bitterness.

Submitted: Friday, May 24, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 24, 2013

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