Victor Villota

Rookie (12/08/91 / Philippines)

The Field's - Poem by Victor Villota

Reminiscing my fearless body
That rival a buffalo grazing the field
Planting each grain that a family build

A hand that carry the stomach of
the world....
Continuously toil the earth
As the sweat serve as a stimulant
to craft the crop

From the searing heat that took
The face of my back
All the way to the cracks i conceived
My body endure the profession so recluse
Ridiculed my ability in contrast of gold

As to my expense that hold no weight
For my body battled the fields to
defeat hunger for your sake.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 5, 2010

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