John Paul Ang

Rookie - 31 Points (April 16,1985 / Manila. Philippines)

Break The Chains - Poem by John Paul Ang

I realized that we're worlds apart,
but i know you'll always have my heart.
I knew i loved you from the start,
With everything my heart could impart.

There's so much my heart wants to convey.
Words that my soul is eager to say.
Thoughts that vanity tries to obscure,
Untainted and absolutely pure.

I've made you the center of this life,
The only one whose tears i would wipe.
You're the perfect love i've dreamed about,
Honest and without a trace of doubt.

Always mesmerized by your smile,
Lived the rest of my life in that while.
Heaven in constant repetition,
Trapped in your addictive perfection.

Smile for me, please show me your soul,
I need you now to make my life whole.
Awaken this heart from it's sleep
Pull the knife that is buried deep.

Please heal all my wounds that you can see,
Cure the disease of my agony
Ease the pain that fate had burdened me
Set my tired soul absolutely free.

Break all the chains that hold and binds me
Cut the rope on my neck that chokes me
I'll love you for whoever you'll be
and like how fate wanted it to be.

Hold me up when both my legs gets weak,
Give me the warmth that my body seek.
you're the one who could give what i need
Your love's the only thing my voice heeds.

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  • (5/22/2015 2:45:00 AM)

    Spiritually perfect... God bless you, keep it coming (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 20, 2008

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