Bernard F. Asuncion
To Be A True Believer - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
E-vening shadows disappear,
D-ark night is brought to oblivion;
U-nderneath the wide blue sky,
A-urora in pink meets the dawn.
R-efulgence of the red beacon
D-elights your heart and mind;
O-ne big shining moment makes you feel truly fine.
L-et the radiance from above
E-nter into your living room;
O-pen the door as it shall put
S-eventeenth January not in the gloom.
A-s another grace is given to you,
L-et the Lord be praised forever;
A-sk Him for more blessings and prove to be a true believer.
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