Louemile Escober

Rookie (November 5 1992 / Morong Rizal)

Cry Of The Arctic - Poem by Louemile Escober

Soon the world will smile with fear
Here we lie on our deadly soil
Grieving for our destruction to hear
With joyful but ruthless sins

They cry for our infinite grow
To the earth, we hear them say
The earth shall stumble with sorrows
Burn by its people that shook to gray

The sky will turn red with blood
To feel by our mindless brood
Pray for the gods cause the end is near
Moutains that screams is all that we hear

Silence the prayer, that we are blind
The heat rises, the buildings crashes
Swaying to the symphony that binds
burning with intensity, burned to ashes

Suffocating world we have
Baring the heat from 10 years ago
Sweet tender oozing with love
Pour out the rain and sunshine, go

Spindled soul our people will be
Black smoke releasing to the atmosphere
Poisons us, threatens us, and kills us

Believing for our tomorrow that seems
Seems to be battered and toiled
Rip-apart by our own father
If no one can be holy, no one will be

I cry with pain and anger
just to see my mother die
The world that full of bane
Choking on your feeble game

Carbon monoxides they releases
Just enough to cause a disease
Ultra-violets enters our realm
Skin cancers marching with ill

Lonely atmosphere dotted through eternity
This blue sky to see, fall, cause of our activity
Awake me to destruction
Put me to sleep with my damnation

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  • (10/11/2008 3:53:00 AM)

    go lou! ! classmate ko yan! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 3, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 23, 2008

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