Obed dela Cruz
A Whisper On Everest - Poem by Obed dela Cruz
Standing on the highest peak of Mount Everest,
Feeling like everything is under my shadow,
The freezing breeze made me scream loud to the fullest
And I heard a Gentle Whisper from the echo.
I feel like a melting snow or a block of ice
For though I feel like the most powerful being,
Lonely was I for I can't see life through my eyes
As if, I am the last person who is living.
The Whisper grew louder as if it's getting near
And I felt a Caressing Hug from behind me.
A Gentle Voice spoke and the words entered my ear
Saying, "It's Me you need to be what you should be".
I turned to look and I saw the God of Heaven
Smiling at me with tears falling from Eyes of Love.
He gave me a new name that started to strengthen
The new identity given me from above.
Copyright © 2010 by Prince Obed de la Cruz
(September 7,2010; Marikina City)
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