Antonio Liao

Veteran Poet - 1,359 Points (november 7,1957 / dapitan city)

Christmas Comes Not In A Star - Poem by Antonio Liao

the night fall of shadow and the morning ray comes
in an evening daylight of the night fall, my dear one;
come and settle down in your knees, for every moment
to call wouldn’t touch again at your face

the twilight whisper your day, wishing each path to
step in a reality of moves, on the threshold of crossroad
success, where your heart stumbles to fall; and always
follow the star that the heart listen, close not your eyes
for the wishing star welcome that moment to full

the spirituality of stewardship leads nothing but to share
the bounty of gift amidst the catacomb of greed of
satisfaction, even the star promise not the heart to give;
for the lonely road push every heart desire to the sanctity
of your wonderful tomorrow

the future waits less than a scourging of a thorn and a
muddy of awakening high beauty, as it capture the
magnificent light of wonderful entity of gladness, for the
star shines not the light every night, nor do glows
shadow of the mystical light, but it capture the darkest
edge, where everybody is blind to hold

now, as the heart ceases, every delight of star; today
command and say, to open your splendid hands in every
ways, and the flickering Christmas, wouldn’t see in your
chaotic loom of the night and trumpet shout that the
waiting is over for the sky will bright, yell! the yuletide
season welcome your open eyes

let’s believe that the heart makes it open, each star to the
season of every Christmas of the night in our lives …..

Comments about Christmas Comes Not In A Star by Antonio Liao

  • (12/29/2009 5:01:00 AM)

    Very nice. Indeed a beautiful one. Glad to read. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 28, 2009

Poem Edited: Monday, December 28, 2009

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