Alvin Drin

Rookie (March 06,1985 / Paliwas Obando Bulacan)

My Relentless Growth - Poem by Alvin Drin

I found my self in a world, a world full of ghost,
Abundant of challenges and suffering,
A world that ample of thorns that could gave me agony
My antagonist would looked at my foot rather than my eyes
Because they want to seem my melancholy rather than my happiness.

From north to south I can't stop walking
From east to west I can't stop singing
Because I amused to follow the blew of air
With fragrance of my dreams that can touches my whole personality

Life sometimes is not balance, if you feel happy, the truth is not
When you known totally ruin, the truth is you enable to build it.
As time goes by, yes I'm going to be okey
I could built what I wanted for
I could molded what I will,

But there is something wrong and missing
Changes, changes, changes will come in all aspect of my life
But I have still emptiness remained
I insist pretending but why couldn't resist

I wanted to please abrupt to forget it
these are my greatest affliction ever
That I'm so Insane.....Insane in a one person who do not really care
After all these tremendous stumble,
why I won't leave outright even bitterness goes forever

Even I don't have chance to see you again, my nub will make a way promptly to ease the bitterness that I kept
my mind conspicuous confuse on my heart beating
t's hard to admit the truth; it's my relentless growth...

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 20, 2010

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