Reinz Acasio
Davao City

Earth’s Wrath

It’s the beginning of tears
Yet the end of laughter
The gold is now glittering
Over the bevy of copper
Color blue oceans are covered with gore
The cloud wanders
The moon hovers
Watching the cadaver that rots on the shore
In the land of bondage,
People work without wage
Gravid women are fiercely ravished
Sick men are ferociously slaughtered
The world becomes a kingdom of a wicked ruler
Colorful surroundings shrivel
Young children wail
Pleading for food and water
The building devoted to consecration
Transmutes into a place of transgression
The Earth’s wrath fulminates and sunders its surface
Then every thing is melted and swaddled with tears.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
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