Ramon Amancio Estanque

Rookie (August 27,1985 / 9604 Rizal St., Townsite, Parang, Maguindanao,6300 Philippines)

Philippines Is A Blessed Nation - Poem by Ramon Amancio Estanque

Philippines is a country
Blessed with beauties of nature,
A country that has
Their own unique culture.

Though we may think Philippines
Is corrupted and poor,
But with all the problems it faced,
It was still able to endure.

Natural resources are also rich in this land,
With farmers who work hard, hand in hand.
They plow the field and harvest grains,
For our sake, they work in pain.

Philippines has a very interesting history
It will certainly take time to uncover its
And when all of these we’ll be able to study,
We’ll now understand its secrets and beauty.

Yes, indeed, Philippines is a blessed nation,
The one thing it lacks is diligence and
God loves this country and understands our pain,
So if we strive harder, all our lost will become
our gain.

Philippines might become a better country one
Because with God’s help, we know that there’s
still a way.

Comments about Philippines Is A Blessed Nation by Ramon Amancio Estanque

  • (8/3/2018 9:06:00 PM)

    This poem is simple, and I love it! (Report) Reply

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  • (3/29/2018 3:15:00 AM)

    I admire its simplistic and explicit appeal as to how you said Philippines is a blessed nation. I'm in full hopes that one day, the penultimate line in your poem will happen. Cheers and Mabuhay tayong mga Pinoy! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 8, 2005

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