Rudan A. Matiga

Rookie (15 September 1947 / Tagbilaran City, Philippines)

'To A Girl Named Heart' - Poem by Rudan A. Matiga

Your name engraved in a never ending tale;
I looked at you and through Time and Place
Your charm never ever wasted and effaced,
Given me the firmness of my heart, my soul
Oh! Love can't fail and if I may recall,
...It can't be here with you!

And this much as my feelings all confessing
In your eyes, like mirror a true reflection,
In my heart what I can show my dear to thee.
Heart is your name... it's true! It can't
Repeat the sound of what love's magic can do.
...Here I know you; you know not!

In life verily your fame is carried by the wind,
Your name always an instrument to my sadness and pain,
Rain and tears can wash this feeling just the same.
And it shall be for all times you are in my dream;
So it must be completely better I must excel,
...Life everlasting pattern if I will!

I'll return to seek your name in Life and Death,
Restore and rebuild my bone and scattered health;
In full... and from the Power that fixed them all
Causing the moon and stars aglow and love to flow,
He took you a festive heaven will give us show
...Above this earth your name stays the same!

Behind the scene by your name myself is melting,
Your name is cut leaving me unveils my sorrow,
With love no doors are open my tears that flow,
Hidden you from me as much loving the more it's sad
To see tomorrow and feel the pain my heart in harrow.
...Your name won't die; I sob and sigh!

Or it's too deep to reach the unfathomed thought,
A process too hard to carve your name in us both.
Lovers' die as of mortality man thinks we decay,
Then in paradise your spirit rise to be with me;
To learn to know this great love story ever be.
...Not in woe my Heart again in thee!


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 10, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 21, 2011


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