Pete Zaesar Galula

Rookie (september 17,1986 / Initao, mIsamis orriental)

Story - Poem by Pete Zaesar Galula

What happens when there’s no more ink?
Will you throw the pen away?
Along with your prodigious dreams?

The stories are never lost
they’re just hiding somewhere in the dark
tied with the ropes of desolation
waiting for you to unravel

What happens when there’s no more rhyme?
Will you throw the music away?
Along with your prodigious dreams?

The words are never lost
Even unwritten sentences are understood
Punctuation marks peeping at the tip of your pen
The lonely piece of paper waiting for your burning lines

What happens when there’s no more love?
Will you throw the feeling away?
Along with your prodigious dreams?

The fire has never died
Embers still glowing in your soul
Close your eyes and look beyond the horizon
Your story will find its wings

What happens when there’s no more YOU?
Will the world throw away the story?
Along with its glory?

The words and stories are never lost
The fire has never died

There’s still ink cascading from your pen
The words still rhyme
Love was never lost
You still hold the key
And unlock the door to immortality.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 5, 2008



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