B3k Baylon

Freshman - 506 Points (April 03,1980 / Philippines)

The Art Of Sharing - Poem by B3k Baylon

Sharing isn’t as complicated as any subject that I know of from school,
Not like Mathematical rules that got me snoozing with a bit of a drool.
I don’t need sums, dividends, cosines and Pi’s to show how much I care
No negatives, and only infinite possibilities are given so indeed all is fair

There’s no such thing as naught, less or just as much as necessary…
If you have a heart to bestow, to measure will be quite contrary
There are no fancy instruments that you can ever use to determine…
If you don’t know how to share nor give then you’re far from learnin’

It may appear more like principles and theories from Science projects
Much closer to Chemistry or Physics I guess, there’s cause and effect
Lend a hand and expect no returns; this always gets a good reaction…
Try clenching your fist- -hold it in, now see? It’s not moving a fraction

What’s a song without having ears to relish the beauty of its rhythm?
What’s a laughter if not enjoyed after a witty gag of obscure pessimism?
What’s brightness if you have to keep it under the gloom of a shadow?
Love, care, believe, and share- -trust me, and everything good will follow

Topic(s) of this poem: friendship


Comments about The Art Of Sharing by B3k Baylon

  • Dr.tony Brahmin (9/29/2015 2:50:00 PM)


    What’s a song without having ears to relish the beauty of its rhythm?
    What’s a laughter if not enjoyed after a witty gag of obscure pessimism?
    What’s brightness if you have to keep it under the gloom of a shadow?
    Love, care, believe, and share- -trust me, and everything good will follow
    This last stanza is wonderful summing up as a great conclusion. i love this poem. you have so much to say and to convey to the humanity. love it. thank you tony
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  • Kelly Kurt (9/28/2015 12:12:00 PM)


    A wonderful B3k. Great wisdom (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 21, 2015



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