Jordan Legaspi

Rookie (24 July 1978 / Davao City, Philippines)

Jordan Legaspi Poems

121. Wisdom Of My Lord 5/27/2008
122. Eagle's Eye 5/27/2008
123. Terrorist On Profile 5/28/2008
124. + Jester's Trial 5/27/2008
125. Youth's Madness And Cure 5/27/2008
126. To Lord Willaim 5/28/2008
127. To Lord John 5/28/2008
128. + The Unfaith Of Lord Daniel 5/28/2008
129. + The House Of Maltus 5/28/2008
130. + The Passer 'Me' 5/28/2008
131. Uncertain Truth 5/29/2008
132. + Other Gates Of Hell (Bk I) 5/29/2008
133. Perhaps Try To... 5/30/2008
134. To Happiness 5/30/2008
135. Amen 5/30/2008
136. Letter From Camiguin Island 5/30/2008
137. To Lord Theody 6/1/2008
138. + To Have Or To Be 6/1/2008
139. + The Wedding Of Venus 6/1/2008
140. From A Mother 6/1/2008
141. Praise Be To The Living God 6/1/2008
142. + I Am A Leper 6/1/2008
143. I Shall Someday.. 6/1/2008
144. + The Fallen Cities 6/1/2008
145. + Lord Of Service 6/1/2008
146. + It Was... 6/1/2008
147. Bleeding Me 6/1/2008
148. The Casino Conspiracy 6/1/2008
149. The Time 6/1/2008
150. Fate- Destined 6/1/2008
151. + The Love Of Jesus 6/2/2008
152. X* Salamat 6/2/2008
153. Seed- Season 6/2/2008
154. Ode To Joebert 6/2/2008
155. Red- Horse 6/1/2008
156. X* Kristohanon 6/2/2008
157. + The Curved World 6/3/2008
158. @the Vocation 6/3/2008
159. + To Mr. Death 6/3/2008
160. + Humility 6/4/2008
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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