egypt del rosario

Ribbons In The Morning

The beast of my life arrives

Thou heart stabbed so hard

And was filled with color so dark

The chain of a bondaged heart.

No one should be a prejudice realm

For maybe it's my defense mechanism

Never be influenced by demonism

For I am a son of our God in the heavens.

I am may not gifted with those physical assets

Sometimes teased by people with no moralities

They maybe found a lot of confidence

They cannot see, they cannot touch, cannot hear nor feel

Also the chains are crawling on their hearts.

Controlling to show who I really is, is not that easy

Myself is my biggest enemy

What I plant is what I will harvest

That's why I have a lot of black grains.I see.

I'm an outcast, imprisoned by steel

Ears are cut, minds are dim

Cannot see on what is real.

When I close my eyes, it started to fall

To all the painful tongue, utter them all

It'll stays forever I'll keep it my own

Someday you'll see, I'm standing tall.

The lights that I am expecting, is not yet coming

Full of endeavor and courage whether it rains

I will channel all the trouble what life may bring

These chains we see, lets change by ribbons in the morning.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 29, 2012
Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 2, 2012

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I was crying when i wrote this poem
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