Eduardo Duarte

(Bacolod, Negros OCC, Philippines)

Corporate Jungle - Poem by Eduardo Duarte

I am lost
In a working place
I call now
My second home.
A place I had discovered
In my youth guided by destiny
Where I found life akin to paradise
I almost believe for real.
Only I discovered anew
I am in a labyrinth
Of a corporate jungle
Where aping is the game.
Empty hallelujahs
A pageantry of illusion
Of a lost civilization.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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