Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan

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*OBAMA FROM WASHINGTON APPLAUSE AND TO ANY POINT IN THE WORLD Poem by Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan


He is the new leader in an old US states
he eats up new expectations against
the old war conventions
the tiresome terror situations
the economic recession

He talks like a concentrated sunshine
breaking racism
fusing into one blood

His exciting gesture
well-toned voice
deep thoughts
and every inch of him
stirs up dramatic emotions
pushing promising leap in
american history

and it is today
the very day of his speech
as newly elected President

CNN live as frontal amusement
with thunderous applause
tuned with standing ovaton
in the wave of promising new earthly heaven
welcoming new America drizzling economy

all are tied up with wishes, prayers
including the tiny Philippines
embracing the blessed shower of hopes
with Obama's emphatic visions

Submitted: Thursday, May 28, 2009

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