Kenneth Cabauatan

Freshman - 540 Points [KC Cabauatan] (06/21/2015 / Dumaguete City)

Kenneth Cabauatan Poems

1. Longing 9/13/2015
2. To An Unknown Lady 9/13/2015
3. Let The Rain Sing 9/13/2015
4. Love, Amiss 9/13/2015
5. To The Temptress, Night 9/13/2015
6. Wendy's Thimble 9/13/2015
7. Eos' Garden 9/13/2015
8. Another Listless Prose 9/13/2015
9. Sleepless 9/13/2015
10. Smoke 9/13/2015
11. If You Do Not Love Me 10/19/2015
12. Bingkang Liki 10/19/2015
13. Transcendence 10/19/2015
14. Ang Muling Pamamaalam Ni Rizal 12/27/2015
15. Pagsuyo 2/14/2016
16. The Marriage Between Two Hotdogs And Two Buns 2/14/2016
17. Unrequited 9/6/2016
18. Untitled 9/6/2016
19. Stark 9/6/2016
20. I Write Not For The Pleasure Of Others; 9/6/2016
21. Angel 9/6/2016
22. Pan 9/6/2016
23. Good Riddance 9/6/2016
24. Dreaming Of Utopia 9/14/2016
25. Bibingkang Biyak 9/17/2016
26. Empty Stage, A Nonet For Chester Bennington 7/26/2017
27. Limutin Man Kita, Ngunit 7/26/2017
28. Nais 7/26/2017
29. Aylan's Cry 9/13/2015
30. For Aylan 9/13/2015
31. Pluma 9/13/2015
32. Sa Tag-Iya Sa Kasing-Kasing Nga Mapangyam-Irun 9/13/2015
33. Makapahiwagad Ba Ang Mahigugma? 9/13/2015
34. Mga Puta Sa Araneta Cubao, Isang Kwentula 9/13/2015
35. Death By Batirol 9/13/2015
36. In Memoriam, Through A Cigarette Stick 9/13/2015
Best Poem of Kenneth Cabauatan

In Memoriam, Through A Cigarette Stick

i  lit one cigarette;
a cryptic background music lulls me,
bringing me back where we first pledged our love.
love so pure and innocent, un-mired by any sensuous aspiration,
not wanting more, but just a gentle kiss from your loving lips,
and a warm embrace that seems to last a lifetime.

every trailing puff, from my dwindling stick, it beckons,
bringing out every single memory of you.
your smiles, your touch and your gentle gazes;
every single smoke brings out a bitter, yet sweet after-thought;
where we could be together, once again to renew our ...

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Death By Batirol

i fell in love with you, at the first taste;

you beckon me, like a whore from araneta -
“come hither, nay not thither, let's share our passion for the night,
for a cheap price, let's revel like lovers in delight”
but oh, how can i love you?

you are dark as mud, as dark yet rich, like sin;
you drawn me near, with your earthy and sensuous aroma.

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