by: MELVIN D. BANGGOLLAY
Tabuk, Kalinga, Philippines
The night was silent with its great slumber
While calmly touching every depth of my body
Making me shiver every toil my hands uncover
As I wrote down the memories of my journey.
Upon every corner of the den I used to discover
Sublime emotions my heart accost with melody,
The shadow of darkness mingle as I pounder
Every word that comes out from my pen's glory.
The serene gloomy night inspire me to unravel
The emptiness my heart and mind portray
As I reminiscent the golden pasts I treasure
and our ardent love we shared in perfect harmony.
But when the morning set its shining power
All over thy pale, tender and shivering body
Twilight zone cover my eyes with tears of anger
When I remember you are now with somebody.
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