Oscar Dhonesquil Esquilona
The Forceful Light - Poem by Oscar Dhonesquil Esquilona
The forceful light of the sun struck
The heart of the tiled op art
Like a sword in the hand of a mighty warrior
Pierced to a series of diamonds in black and white.
As a dream covers the mind of a dreamer
As an artwork of a painter delights the eyes of a viewer
The beauty of the mind that conveys consciousness
Envelopes the heart that desires kindness.
Life is composed of blacks and whites
But God is there to give us light
Our hearts are led, our minds enlightened
We must realize that everything here is transient.
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