Didith Marcelo

(January 1,1989 / Phillippines)

Time is rolling


Heaven is bright!
life is full of option
Time may not remind you
But you may have a surprises in any time.
Whether or not,
Or maybe to the highest, the means of a touch decisions.
Clinging to the horizon
It may be hard to understand
Why sometimes came unto this

Hey! Have you got the news?
I heard a lot today,
Anxious overcoming
But the time still rolling
as it is in the same position
Nothing change only people change.

Grab the opportunity
that means a lot to them
how can I make it?
the other one asking
'oh you can just have
a timing, just wait to have your turn'
that's the answer of a good friend.

Is that enough?
Oh no...
Why forget?
prayer is so important
It is not asking opportunity
not duty,
It is a communication
a very nice way to have
a call in the highest

Who is He?
It's not a person
It is God.

Submitted: Monday, May 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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