Victor Villota

Rookie (12/08/91 / Philippines)

Bravado - Poem by Victor Villota

At the stillness of my shadow
I wrestle among my ancestor
The contrast of my skin
Is reflected on my rival

The thousand isle
Decorate the clear mire
A margin that separate the vile

Where I hold unaltered position
Maintaining my disposition
Despite the dirt of my wisdom

Unlike the adversary
Along with its brilliant plot
To make my brother disown
Our kin...

But our heart proved to be undented
Thus we left them sailing toward's
The crimson moon battered

At the stillness of my shadow...

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 5, 2010

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