Poems by Gina Ancheta Agsaulio

Poems by Gina Ancheta Agsaulio
 
 
The Essence of Poetical Anguish
 
He stood up, because he could not sleep
Ignited a smoke and took a draught deep
He stood in his terrace and felt so in misery
Drive into madness and treachery.
 
In his lament he gave loud sighs
Touched his chest and gazed up in the sky
In this darkest hours the stars shines bright
The moon smiled and sent him her light.
 
Like magic the wind blew a gentle breeze
On him to smell the salty water of the seven seas
He made a sound in poetical anguish
To wiped away the frowns in blemish.
 
The sound of silence is a melody for his soul
Climb the highest summit is the prime goal
He snaps with his fingers and smiled so contented
He vied for his sleep blest and exalted!
 
© Gina Ancheta Agsaulio
March 1, 2018 All Copyrights Reserved
 
 
 
Sonnet of the Hearts
 
He call me an angel in grace, goodly gift
Like a bird sitting on the mango tree,
He wanted to fly, but heavy to lift
To touch the love and soul in wee, with thee
 
His wings were faltered to move, so saddened
So he waited in patience, in silence
But when adarna bird sung, he listened
As thousands miracles came from her voice
 
Cogent, to follow the stars of his dream
To battle with his faith, word, mind and heart
Into the Elysium of bliss in stream
Where a lone candle burns, how great thou art!
 
He is charmed beyond limits of an ecstasy
Love abides his pride in glee, life of joy.
 
© Gina Ancheta Agsaulio
February 7, 2018 All Copyrights Reserved
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One thought on “Poems by Gina Ancheta Agsaulio

  1. Your word are touches, emotions, love,
    I truly appreciate reality even fantasy.
    Continue from your heart let your mind be free, and your poems will live for eternity.

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