Kristoffer Randolf Ramos

Rookie (September 30,1982 / VIRAC CATANDUANES)

Crimson Rays - Poem by Kristoffer Randolf Ramos

Behold the light of sun anew

That light the morning, freshened by a morning dew

Some budding flowers bloom with delight

Welcomes the day with gleeful sight


Soon after that morning sun came

A spate of rain wring the flowers trunk

Far - flunged terror of perennial rain

Leaves flooding the river bank


A mighty force deterred the sword of damocles

Ordered the rainbow to flicker its light

Fierce image of night like sky

Soon shrouded by crimson rays


Into the dawn of night there is light

The flowers survived it with might

Albeit weary from the terror partaked

They splurged with the opus of crimson light


Within that chronicle of life behold

Is it a truth doubted by this doubtful mind

Through Deus' unfathomable way does he foretell

The flowers succumb to crimson rays


Comments about Crimson Rays by Kristoffer Randolf Ramos

  • (6/28/2010 10:45:00 AM)


    Wow, loved the imagination., the contrasts are well penned. Good job; D (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 8, 2010



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