Jordan Legaspi

Rookie (24 July 1978 / Davao City, Philippines)

Jordan Legaspi Poems

361. Rooted In Prophetic Passion (/) 2/17/2013
362. Centered On The &Quot;Kingdom Of God&Quot; 2/18/2013
363. Passage (/) 2/23/2013
364. Service Of A More Human Life 3/6/2013
365. Sophia # 1 6/29/2011
366. Iamego 2/5/2013
367. The Day Jesus Died 1/25/2013
368. My God Is Fullness 10/28/2012
369. A Teacher 10/6/2011
370. Marduk: The Obscure God And Character 3/6/2011
371. X God The Son, Prt. I (Cts) 9/3/2008
372. + Eden's Mirror 6/22/2010
373. + Odysseus’ Entrance To Ithaca 8/28/2010
374. + State-Meant 9/9/2010
375. @adam's Sons 5/30/2010
376. + Pax Rextus –the Ancient Madness 3/11/2010
377. Last Amen 5/16/2010
378. @fall Of The House Of Dana 4/14/2010
379. Didactic # I 2/18/2010
380. @ The Knight 10/27/2009
381. @the Hermit 10/27/2009
382. @the Elf 10/27/2009
383. After Platonic Love (/) 1/5/2010
384. @the Jester 10/22/2009
385. On Between Politics And Politician 9/8/2009
386. + On Brotherhood 9/8/2009
387. On Congregation And The Pastors 9/7/2009
388. + Human Intelligence 7/18/2009
389. + On Between You And Me 7/13/2009
390. + On The Question “who” 7/14/2009
391. + Tears Of Gabriel 3/26/2009
392. X The New Covenant (Cts) 9/3/2008
393. Queer Man 6/6/2008
394. @ When God Speaks 7/24/2008
395. On The New Year 6/5/2008
396. + God Is Dead 6/6/2008
397. + Pen-Man 6/5/2008
398. + Jesus Of Nazareth 6/5/2008
399. X* Misyun 6/2/2008
400. @between Reason And Emotion 5/30/2008
Best Poem of Jordan Legaspi

+ X* Aking Panginoon

Pagsikat ng araw
Pag-asay naghihintay
Limot dusa’t liyaw
Damdamin bagong buhay
Kahit muli’y lulubog yaring araw

Pagsikat ng araw
Landas siyang tatahakin
Dala’y pangarap mithiin
Kahit man aabutin ng takipsilim
Ika’y naghihintay walang pagdimdim

Pagsikat ng araw
At namasdan mundong makulay
Kagalakan ng aking pusoy
Nagpahiwatig pag-ibig yaring tunay
Mandi’y ako’y maliit itoy nag uumapaw

Pagsikat ng araw
Lakas mo’y angkin
Babalik ang sino mang naligaw
Dahil sa pagsikat ng araw

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+ Lord Of Mamre

Inside the palace: of name and fame
gentle-men coming from the four corners of the world
in their fanciful head and in their silvery chest
summoned by the seven spirit seated above and below.

Hail; hail; sound the trumpet like a dragon breathing fire
to give entrance of the king in his crown and throne
the splendor of his authority and power.

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