Jona PoloRamirez

Rookie (Canada)

Jona PoloRamirez Poems

1. Silence: A Time To Reminisce 12/28/2006
2. The Colour Of My World 12/28/2006
3. Time Is Of Essence 12/28/2006
4. Dare To Survive And Be Satisfied 12/30/2006
5. The Flight Downunder 12/30/2006
6. Early Sunny Morning Moon 12/30/2006
7. Smitten 12/30/2006
8. Make Me Understand 12/30/2006
9. In Transition: You And Me 12/30/2006
10. Sleep And Awake: Which Way 12/30/2006
11. Computer Friend 1/2/2007
12. Real Love 1/2/2007
13. Thoughts 1/2/2007
14. He Is Always There 1/2/2007
15. Time 1/2/2007
16. Snowflakes 1/2/2007
17. Haiku 1/2/2007
18. Brain Dead 1/2/2007
19. Years Of Mind Communication 1/2/2007
20. Love Spelled Out In Space 1/2/2007
21. A Heart Called The Spirit 2/17/2007
22. Illusive Change, Yet For Whom 6/24/2007
23. Two Worlds - Two Hearts 7/16/2007
24. Let Go Of That Dream 7/24/2007
25. Quantas Flight 149: Destination Sydney 8/2/2007
26. The Board Walk 8/2/2007
27. Dreams Make The World Go 'Round 8/5/2007
28. Lost In A Crowd In Sydney's Hyde Park 9/9/2007
29. My Life 11/10/2007
30. Doubt Come Not 11/27/2005
31. The Third Party Listener 11/27/2005
32. The Language Of My Soul 12/2/2006
33. The Intersection 12/3/2006
34. The Midst Among Us 12/7/2006
35. Owe It To The One Who Gave You A Heart 12/7/2006
36. You And I 12/13/2006
37. On The Way To Canberra 12/13/2006
38. Kiss: A Dream Goodbye 12/26/2006
39. A Boy And A Man On A Bus One Sunny Morn 12/26/2006
40. A Journey Well Chosen 12/26/2006

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To Someone I Admire In Silence

I may not express what I feel for you
But in silence I know 'Someone' up high do,
I may not feel your touch in my arms
But the wind's silent soft touch will do
I may not be in a place with you
Yet unknowingly our footprints will be
In the same path on a certain time and day.

I may not be able to say in words
How I admired learned things from you,
But in prayers I do certainly know and wish
The best things in life for you.

And though our eyes may never gaze again
And words be never spoken out to hear,
My silent, fervent prayer indeed
Will ...

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The Intersection

Intersection: Bloor - St. George
A route to an academe, four corners converge
The center - four windows to life offer
Which path to follow, a mind left to ponder.

Espresso food for a famish body,
A cornerstone - the road ahead's for me.
A smile - obliteration of life's distinction,
Yet an array of cars forebodes social division.

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