Philippines Miss Universe - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
Philippines Miss Universe 2011
The other day, we had witnessed the beauties
in their glamorous display of their wit and body
mesmerizing anyone even the unseen deities
who may have envied these candidate's beauty.
After a tedious long month display of disposition
sixteen finalist were given the due recognition
to have the highest votes from the judges decision
of Which our own candidate was among the selection.
With her enchanting display of her passion and beauty
Our own lady, Ms. Shamsey Supsup pave the way
for the Philippines to be a great contender country
in any competition of women charm and beauty.
When the top five finalist at the of the competition
were announced with the announcer's diction,
The Whole Philippines rejoiced with the inclusion
of Miss Philippines to the Miss Universe position.
Then come with the deciding moment of this search
Candidates were asked to answer questions to unearth
their fluency and ability to share their wisdom to this earth
but only the Philippines answered without interpreter's mirth.
She answered well with a strong will and conviction
That God be the first, above love to any man's creation
that if such man truly love a woman without hesitation
He should love her God first, should he wanted her passion.
Her questions is too personal as it touches religion
and what she may said though right at her conviction
may not be accepted by judges with religious indignation
and this could have let her down for the prestigious crown.
But indeed, great was her accomplishment for this nation
She had shown that, our land is a beautiful nation
Heaven of beauties with great wisdom and passion
that out of 89 beauties, she was in the 4th in position.
Long Live Ms Universe 3rd Runner up Shamsey Supsup
We are proud of you, may your kind increased
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