Whisper of Life

written by Cesar Gealogo

Posts Tagged ‘Religion and Spirituality


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Every time I walk

In this camp of deafening silence

I always feel the very emptiness

Of my wounded heart


I want to embrace and kiss with my beloved

I want to sing and dance with my beloved

I want to play and laugh with my beloved

But I can’t for I am far from my beloved


She is in the city

I am in the hinterland

She is in the city of temptation

I am in the hinterland of belonging


I can’t endure this life of mine

I can’t resist the belonging of my heart

I can’t afford not to feel her love

For I love her deeply


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Note: This poem was written way back in the year 2000 in the camp of 141st Company of Regional Mobile Group located at Taganito, Claver, Surigao del Norte.


Poetry – The Benefit Of Writing a Poem From The Heart

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Painting The Writing Master by Thomas Eakins

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Writing a single poem is sometime very laborious or trouble-free depending on how the poet uses his wide and brilliant imagination. Oftentimes our minds are filled with great images but we are having a hard time converting it into a wonderful poem. Translating the image conceived by our inquisitive minds into a captivating verse requires deep focus for us to perfectly draw the overall appearance of the picture.

But there are instances that even if we see a vivid image in our mind we are still hindered by some unavoidable disturbances that we can’t even put a single line of poetic verse in describing what our brain has flawlessly visualized. This experience happens to every one of us; even those great poets suffer the same dilemma. But through constant employment of putting the image formed in our minds into verse we will surely hurdle this obstacle.

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Written by Sir G

September 9, 2010 at 10:37 am

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