raschele tinao

Rookie (september 11,1991 / cagayan de oro, philippines)

The Sun And The Plane - Poem by raschele tinao

“The Sun and the Plane”

Lapad



I have my house, I have my home

But I am all alone.

Only few remembered me,

But those few are so important to me;

Excluding my mother, my father and brother,

There is a man that in my heart bothers

We are not kin nor neighbors;

Nor enemies nor competitors

He is more than a friend, more than a best friend

He is my boyfriend, He is Mr. Wong.



Almost six years of prison from heartaches and pain,

Because of my family’s broken dream;

My parents tore my heart into bits and pieces

And by bits and pieces, I lost my dream.



I was before faithful and strong,

I never expected it won’t take long;

Until such time, I met Mr. Wong,

I risk and gave my love to him

Without knowing, it would last long.



I was inspired by Mr. Wong,

Whom he gave life to my meaningless life

He saved me away from agony,

He saved me away from paucity.



Oh Mr. Wong! How much I love you!

I am very much certain that you feel the same

Did you still remember the sun and the plane?

Going back to cathedral when we together dream?

We sat together beside the church cathedral,

We look together the Carmen River.



The sun is me and the plane was you

Just like the sun, I swell warmth unto you

Just like the airplane, you traverse with me

And you told yourself you’ll be happy.

I am ambitious you are adventurous

Yet as the plane pass by the sun in the sky,

The sun and the plane are above so high!



“Going back to the corner where I first saw you….”

The song we sang when I first met you.

I hate you at first I love you at last!

Is this true love or just platonic love?

Don’t judge Mr. Wong! I know what I feel

And I am certain that my love for you is REAL.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 21, 2010



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