Kristoffer Randolf Ramos

Rookie (September 30,1982 / VIRAC CATANDUANES)

A Man As I Am - Poem by Kristoffer Randolf Ramos

I built a haven,
between the road less traveled and the road well traveled by man
Who are longing for answers and they found none
All roads are poorly lit
by the moon as it shine
All mortals races for questions
for their infinite plan.
I choose to thrive in between,
and be a friend to man.
Let me live in between the side of the road, and be,
A Man As I Am

Pilgrims followed the light where mizar shine
Some sojourned by faith
on both sides of the road
There are who love and who hate
Some souls sat on scorners seat
at times been cynical
Some speaks wisdom, time traveled noachian
But, I turn not away from their charm
I built a refuge in between the line,
and deemed myself
A Man As I Am

Through the meadows in between
I been a friend to man
Through the realm, where mountains greet the sun
In between the road I dwell,
and those who traveled I know them well
So let me live on road in between,
and be a friend to man
Let me be
A Man As I am

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  • (5/23/2010 2:15:00 AM)

    Wonderful instrospections, a metaphor with good determination of a being a man, well written. (Maorag e oragon) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 14, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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