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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

The Covenant

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The Covenant
(Sonnet Form)
By: Noel N. Villarosa
 May 3, 2017

Take my humbleness, I submit myself
To a great God, that feels my lowliness
I have sinned; fear to be left on the shelf
 I have been inspired by His Holiness

Hates dwell on us, wicked dimmed the light
For the reason of His crucifixion
He dealt agony longer than the night
The sin labeled in our soul’s inscription

For a long time, faith coated with verglas
Gone are many squalls during the daylight
All the noble trees stunted bladed grass
The wind whispers name for a wakeful flight

We are dust, and to dust, we shall return
His resurrection, no one left forlorn

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Sunday, April 23, 2017

My Little Archer

                                               Photo credit: Maria Cecilia B. Villarosa

My Little Archer
(Sonnet Form)
By: Noel N. Villarosa
April 24, 2017

I am not cupid with wings to snare
I stood to trust with my dominant eye
My arrow’s end reaped a feather from lair
Grasped the bowstring, appeared ready to vie

Released my strength and listened to my breath
As force was pulling it down to the ground
That challenged distance and danced to death
Arrows braved the wind and fled being drowned

My creed will not fail in hitting the mark
Object remained aloof from where I stood
Aimed the high and enjoyed the morning lark
Dreaming one day to hit like Robin Hood

Whispered the bullseye to catch my arrow
Or hang my quiver and try tomorrow

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