Jett Franco

Rookie (Feb 20,1985 / NOC, Philippines)

Praise Be To My Goddess Poem by Jett Franco

Dearly heaven respirates so calm,
fragrance like a rare honey and vine,
my shadow will journey with you.
From beige coffin of the hallowed east,
To the snowy grave of her bountiful west.

Fragile and nev'r been summoned,
I'll drew within my strong firm lips.
Hold like a cloud so gentle and precise;
caress it, must not crush her perfect form.

I'll dream into her summit kingdom-
hallowed soul of Israel.
Protect her spirit fragile and delicate core-
blessed by father Abraham.
Glorify her majestic enchanted fortress
like the church of my beloved Christ.

You'll be praised dear eternal love,
my glorious heaven from earth.
You'll be praised dear eternal love,
my only one till I end my breathe.

You'll be praised dear eternal goddess,
my eternal love on earth.

Submitted: Sunday, July 29, 2012
Edited: Monday, July 30, 2012
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