Amalei Masigla

Rookie (July 17,1978 / Manila)

Divine Sugar - Poem by Amalei Masigla

Nowhere to go..trapped in a concave of an illusion
jealousy trapped by vindication
healing but the soar and ached
tangled by life's complexities

How could one be so dense yet so senseitive
how could one be so trustful yet without an assurance
how could one be so mindful of mistakes yet so blind to see the right
how could one bear love yet prefered to keep it

Lay and offer it into the hands of God
fear, hurt, pain, sorrow, failure
emotions that creep and destroy your perfection
letting it go

How could one be so dense yet so senseitive
how could one be so trustful yet without an assurance
how could one be so mindful of mistakes yet so blind to see the right
how could one bear love yet prefered to keep it

It takes but strong will to go through
sturdy founded faith to blend in
calm down brace yourself for there's more to come
love and love alone is the start


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 24, 2005



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