Jhane Reyes

Rookie - 6 Points (March 18 / Philippines)

Hush Bellow - Poem by Jhane Reyes

Believin’ I could win if keep hide what I feel
Ignore the consequences that might hurt and kill;
Such a strong and brave which they admire and will
But a frail and weak which is hard to reveal;
A wit and smart tried to prove that is real
But a fool and stupid for making a tons of misdeal;
Make them believe I’m happy for what I have and fulfill
But jaded eyes can’t lie 'coz loneliness is an ordeal;
Design a scheme and build a dreams as high as hill
Fainted like a sunset when it collapse and repel;
How to conquer the pain when sanity lose and steal
The grief tortured me in lonely night I’m chill;
Pleading a moon, a hush bellow can hear
Wishing the star, my dumps crash and tear
Could fly like a dove and shredded faith can heal
Clear up from confusion and weariness tranquil.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 3, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, July 25, 2008


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