Cynthia BuhainBaello

Gold Star - 10,051 Points (November 17,1949 / Manila, Philippines)

Cynthia BuhainBaello Poems

1561. Goodbye Comics, Hello Books 3/14/2012
1562. Amazing God! 2/18/2010
1563. Enjoying The Presence Of God 2/5/2010
1564. Running The Race 2/2/2012
1565. April Rain (Haiku) 4/15/2013
1566. Imagination (English Sonnet) 1/15/2015
1567. Oh, People! 9/4/2012
1568. His Healing Grace ~ Acrostic # 5 6/1/2012
1569. Running The Race Of Life 2/4/2010
1570. Weather (Cinquain) 2/28/2012
1571. Death (Quatrains) 4/19/2013
1572. Encouragement - Double Acrostic 7/25/2012
1573. I Drown In Words 3/2/2012
1574. Mabuhay Philippines! 3/11/2010
1575. An Honest Write (Acrostic Poem) 4/19/2013
1576. Roots, Trees, And Fruits 7/5/2009
1577. Wonder (Double Acrostic) 8/11/2013
1578. Love And Seasons (Palindrome Poem) 5/14/2014
1579. Endurance 2/4/2010
1580. The Lust For Power 4/14/2010
1581. Sadness (Double Acrostic 10/7/2014
1582. Woman (International Woman's Day 2015) 3/8/2015
1583. Pointless War, Senseless Deaths 3/12/2012
1584. A Baby's Laughter 6/26/2009
1585. Rainbows (Cinquain) 12/14/2009
1586. A Father's Tears (Free Verse) 6/26/2009
1587. The Hunter (Narrative Poetry) 11/14/2012
1588. Inner Beauty 4/11/2014
1589. The Eyes Are Windows 6/26/2009
1590. Clay Story (10 Syllables Per Line Poem) 3/11/2014

Comments about Cynthia BuhainBaello

  • Beth Johnson (2/17/2012 4:43:00 AM)

    I liked this one the simplicity of a babies laughter.That brings us so much joy, Well written, beth

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  • Beth Johnson (2/15/2012 11:32:00 AM)

    I like your views on animal rights.I enjoyed 3 poems and think you are a great rhymer.I add you to my friends list.Hope you do the same.Have a great day.beth Johnson,

  • Juan Olivarez Juan Olivarez (2/2/2012 5:46:00 PM)

    Again I must reiterate because it has been a year and a half since I last visited the work of this great Filipino poet. Your poetry is exquisite, and the common man can find real nurturing and guidance by reading it.

  • Juan Olivarez Juan Olivarez (6/11/2010 9:58:00 AM)

    I am sorry that you do not allow messages to be sent to you. I think you are a great and insightful poet. I recently read your poems on aldo kraas and I totally agree. I wrote him and told him so and he took a dim view of what I said. also calling you a few choice names. keep up the good work.

  • Parth Parekh (3/31/2010 3:36:00 PM)

    the 1st poet i found on poemhunter that actually knows rhymes........ finally some one i really can look up to...... would love to have you guide me on my path of enlightenment.......... thanks for sharing your bounty of poems on poemnhunter........

  • Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr (7/7/2009 2:50:00 AM)

    Young lady, are you aware that your message feature is inactive? That is why i am writing you here....Thank You very much for your quite legthy visit to my work, (late last night where i am...mid-tues. morning where you are, yes?) as well as your far too kind comments. It is now almost 4am here, in New York City, and i need to catch a few zzzzz's before i shoot back to work....However, i am looking forward to enjoying your artistry, Cynthia...and as it stands right now, i will have the rare luxury of basically doing what i please all Wednesday evening, and early Thursday(N.Y. TIME) .So i am quite confident that i will have ample time to ensconce in your work & leave comments, as well.
    Thanks Again, Lass!


Best Poem of Cynthia BuhainBaello

Clay Story (10 Syllables Per Line Poem)

Strange how Life can be more than a story
Plots and characters bring a pleasant thrill
With laughter and tears, some sad and funny
Tragedies and heartaches may bring Pain's chill.

A finite journey men must tread along
But storms and trials make it clear to me
In the end there's a Home where we belong
Our purpose is -with God we're meant to be.

Life one page at a time is no wonder
God's the Author, so trust in Him today
He knows the best- His Love stays forever
And the choice is ours to make, if we may.

As clay to the Potter, let our life be-

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Connection (Cinquain)

Peek through tall trees
Soft gem lights touch me now
Far where you are, they touch you too
Love sent.

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