bonifacio alba

Rookie - 13 Points (February 18,1952 / Baybay, Leyte)

Why Not Live In Harmony?


Perfection may not be attained
For it is the attribute of Divine
Being human, imperfection ruled
By strenght and weakness alike
That in sojourn our life to face.

Perfection may not be attained
For it is the attribute of Divine
But God has Blessed Attributes
To each and everyone on earth
That is distinct to individuality.

Perfection may not be attained
For it is the attribute of Divine
But we may pray with sincerity
That man will harmoniusly live
To share and reach out in unity.

Strength and weakness is a part
That as human being to accept
As perfection may not realized
But filling up the imperfection
Made possible when men unites.

Only then in sharing attributes
That Divine endowed to mankind
May intermingled with that aim
To prosper and live in harmony:
And have a better world to live.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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