Love is just a passing momentA flicker of lightnot-knowingly fading the nick of time It is a euphemismas subtle as drinking coffeeWhen you get temptedyou forget to quit But if there is an insightof how worst you becomeYou tend to look overthe damages that have been done Love is never easyNo one saidNo one didBut … Continue reading Love: of what is it made?
how lovely is itto gain what you needwhen all what we careis all about what you did but I know who you areand I always see it throughyou often roll your eyeswhen no one stares at you note: this belongs to the five poems i created when i was having a tough time. i don’t … Continue reading eyes on you.
ang tinig ng gabinananatiling tahimikat ito’y lalong lumalimnang ika’y biglang humikbi antok at luhaang pumapagod sa matabalak mo ba tumahansa pagsapit ng umaga ilabas mo ang lahatdamdamin ay ilahadang sarili’y imulatsa mga alaalang makalat ituon ang mundosa kanyang puwestodoon tumungoupang sabihin ang totoo pilit isipinang bawat lihimsubukang piliinmga salitang sasabihin ulan ay bubuhosboses ay mapapaospuso … Continue reading Pagtapat
A father of multitude mediocrity, Spoke about his truth and prophecies; Raised his arms with power in hands; “Those who feast on heaven shall glory the poor and the land.” Our father has a veneering gluttony, Fashioned with wit and simplicity; The harbinger of peace and serenity; The messiah of great humanity. To be good … Continue reading The Preacher is A Hypocrite
A fabled creatureHarbinger of good fortuneRests at heaven’s gate By the plans of fateAstonishing beautyCloaked by the rainbows Its crimson eyes glowsFeathers flaps and flies up highSarimanok has risen! Myth 'bout the serpent Lurking in the sea's abyssWaiting for the night Arose at great heighthe villagers threw a fiestaCast him to be gone From … Continue reading Tales of Sarimanok and Bakunawa
Calm me, inhale my breath like mint.Seduce me with your lips,Move a little further andFeast on me, Michael. Kiss and bliss and don’t let it miss,Stroke me once more so gentle, so fleet.Tell and tease and whisper my wish,Explore me Gabriel, my curves and edges. I’ll blow you like wind,Then devour you as deep as … Continue reading Orgy in The Heaven
From the sweet nectar of your heavy cloudsSplatters some showers of droplets of the rain,That quenches the thirst of summer dried ground,Where sooner starts flooding the dirt and the flame.The popping of effervescent liquid in the pondWould sound melodies where crickets and toadsSing a lullaby for the storm to be calm;But the wind whirrs loudly … Continue reading Ode to The August Rain