Ging Ollado


As I looked up the heaven sky
With tears falling from my eyes
Remembering the moments that made me cry
Elusive dreams that I cannot emphasize.

Suddenly, I heard the noise of thunder
The mournful teardrops you wonder
Nobody heard me such a sorrow mutter
'Coz I hid it with laughter.

I tried to ask God
To help me heal my broken heart
But never heard him replied
So I thought he was too apart.

I closed my eyes and fell asleep
I dreamt a man walking at the tip
Holding a stick and waving it
Yelling me 'not to give up Chief.'

At first I doubted
'Coz I never knew Him from the start
But when I stared at Him and noticed
Definitely, He was the image of God.

I tried to ran towards him
But suddenly He perished in a glimpse
And leave me a message
Not to leave Him again.

I wheeze for a breath and tightly sighed
Reading His message that puzzled my mind
Folding the papers and kept it into my files
And let Him solve the unsolved crime.

Now I was enlightened wondrously
With the bright lights given to me
A precious joy and love bounded perfectly
And a life that nobody could pay.

For I surrender my life to Him already
Nothing I have to worry
For me the block of granites yesterday
turned into steepest stones today.

Submitted: Monday, January 05, 2015

Topic of this poem: love


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I wrote this year 2009. This poem will gives hope to those people whose heart had been shattered by problems of life. Just always remember, God is always there to catch you if you fall. Have faith in Him and never lose hope

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