Treasure Island

Agnes Quirante

(July 21,1991 / La Trinidad, Philippines)

Trust Thy Heart


I Trust my blossoming heart
I understand why I am blue and red around the bushes
Of the earth.

Ye, To trust my heart
I will surely be at the top of the tree
Yelling loud to the heaven
So Blue.

I keep my heart to win back myself,
I trust my heart,
His an old friend back back
When the seed get rooted in bed!

I trust my fading heart
I knew how deep and shallow the waters it be,
Ye, though it rains in cycles

Pour down, ye pour down
What a new pearl I found!
Because I win back my heart.

I trust my heart,
I trust her colors in tints and shades
Ye, I had known it
Thy Heart is a bundle of color pencils
And the names of it I trust.

To trust thyself and heart once more.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 12, 2011

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