carlo sangutan

Endless Friendship - Poem by carlo sangutan

At first, I was afraid to make things,
For my mind was tied with strings,
Covered with dark clouds a storm brings,
And nega thoughts that burdened birds’ wings.

I was alone with only one dime,
Not expecting someone’ll approach one time,
It was great as the sun started to climb,
My miserable soul then showed up from slime.

We became close as time passed by,
Doing activities to be try and try,
Giving our best, forever didn’t die,
And swore each other, “Never say goodbye.”

There came an instance of division,
Two groups were needed for the completion
Of aimed goal and for the promotion
Of youths in the very proud nation.

I had worked with my groupmates,
Where I found someone same as my traits;
We became friends without having hates,
Eliminating sorrow yet wanting previous states.

Fate created a way after that activity,
Without showing the owned worst capability;
We were close again just for the totality
That we became three out of great scarcity.

At times, we always headed the whole,
Helping hands made to be our role
For members who had sacrificed their soul,
Just to reach what their parents called “goal”.

Again and again, there was one who came,
Creating us into a whole of fame;
Any kind of success which no one could blame
Had built an assembly with a very unique name.

The thoughts of four ordinary creatures under the sun
Established ideas where reasons could depend upon;
Different views of life were combined in one,
Hoping we will stick to one and never be outrun.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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