Champs Ulysses Cabinatan
Pitfall - Poem by Champs Ulysses Cabinatan
falling into a pit.
not knowing I tread the wrong path
now I’m here inside
how can I get out from this trap.
falling deeper and deeper
the rocks I’m holding are crumbling
my arms grown weary
This deadly ravine
just don’t know beforehand
how dangerous it is.
and its deep bottom
waiting on are ravenous wolves
hungry for something to be devoured.
oh, can anyone help me get out of here
that wrong path I tread
wish I didn’t take it.
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