Gil Gregorio

Rookie - 20 Points (June 24,1961 / Naga City)

Lonely Eyes - Poem by Gil Gregorio

The first time I saw your gentle eyes
I was amazed by the content of strength;
how you endured it, how you borne the pain
is a big awesome wonder that I have seen.

I felt that you have a lot of remorse to shade
a lone journey that your life have lived;
I could never have drawn the vigor of your test
Least I saw you crying underneath your silent rest.

And now, I see the lonely nights you've spent
with the naked pillows and bed sheet to embrace;
now my darling, get on and keep up your face
tomorrow is another day to endure in this space.

I am here to provide you comfort and laughter
that you have forgotten even in your lonely spare;
Nevertheless, you have endured and share
the beauty of your heart what a venture to bear.

This heart of mine is no longer open to you
but a tiny beat of love have come in your lonely glow;
I don't know that things would be wrong, it hurts by far
to my lonely shadow I hope I'll find where you are!

But hurdles clung in one walled lullaby
as I went on dancing in the wind, a childly try.
The voice was husky yet alluringly soft to mend
and seems the whole sky was looking my lonely pend;
For no matter how treks went on hindering my pen
just as long as my love is here for a beautiful end.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 4, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 4, 2005


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