carlo sangutan

Worthless Striving - Poem by carlo sangutan

The leader appointed me to be free,
Managing the whole so that I can see
How to make groups of the same degree,
Giving the best as one, two, and three.

I then refused what had assigned,
For I thought decisions sometimes inclined,
That can make people became blind,
A very difficult task to rewind.

No one had accepted to be the holder,
Making me to be the treasure keeper;
Jewelries were hard to discover,
So with they’re difficult to cover.

Festivity was approaching to be near,
Season of giving gifts became so clear;
Eliminating sorrow and unshedding a tear
Hopefully be happened throughout the year.

I made my duty full of efforts,
Creating a script for our dramatic sports;
Calling thespians of different sorts,
But was like waiting twelve hours in all airports.

So much more when someone interpolated,
That willingness should be imparted;
One decided to quit and shyness be cemented,
My goal then was only in dreams located.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 5, 2010

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