Jessie Clarete Bernabe Cadsawan
Jessie Clarete Bernabe Cadsawan Poems
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Struggling hard for my crop to be on top
The taxi is waiting for me for my freight
“Hurry up” its mom “might miss your flight”
Luggage on board the land cruise about to start.
The walls were dark and no one on sight
Soul searching for anybody but alone it is night
Hours keep moving and sound like ticking light
Wondering where I am comes to my mind.
Far place I see but was familiar to eyes
Ravine so stiff and a nipa hut stand
Down and beside the lake was in sight
Waves of the sea awaits the lonely ash
Of a cremated body that was done with ...
Come across, in a tissue paper I wrote your name
Your astonishing personality bumped into my senses
Wished to have you more and know you better
But it was lost when it gets wet in my pocket.
Again I get your name and had it written in my palm
Hold it tight so it won’t be lost in the my hands
Have them looked at but rain falls and were washed
The hard rains last night took your name away.