Noel Tupan Poems
|42.||Tears In Waiting||2/28/2015|
|43.||I Let You Go||2/28/2015|
|44.||The Tranquil Sea||2/22/2015|
|45.||If I Can||2/21/2015|
|46.||The Soccer Game||2/28/2015|
|47.||The Power Of Nature (Global Warming)||2/28/2015|
|48.||The Lost Nature||2/28/2015|
|49.||I Will Go Home (A Tribute To Fallen 44)||2/21/2015|
|50.||When We Grow Old||2/28/2015|
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When We Grow Old
I always ponder,
about the coming years,
and our life ahead.
Would you still be the same,
like the way you used to be?
Would you still hold my hand,
when we cross the street?
Would you still touch my hair,
even when it becomes grey or it’s all gone?
Sometimes my heart fears,
that tomorrow you might forget,
the things we used to do,
for old age might take away,
and ruin your memory.
But I also have fears,
that it’s me who would forget,
everything we used to do,
Or I may not be able to carry out,
because of physical ...
The Tranquil Sea
Leisurely passing below the horizon,
The sun kisses the tranquil sea.
That from which a backdrop,
Of a reddish-yellow sky I see.
A cruise ship comes near to the harbor.
Filthy children beg in the street.
I hear the shout of a street vendor.
Then, a commotion of individuals,
Whipping an alleged unlawful man.