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An Imperishable Fondness

Sherry Caayupan 1980 (Davao city)



A bashaw speaks of my broken heart,
He bawls my easing mind with his auspicious tricks;
I stood barefaced of this love's hackneyed part,
A role already musty of time's pricks;

An innocent bantling resembles this guileless soul,
The basking perplexed her sleep;
Bawdy of the butterfly kisses that clamored,
Love has become abhorrent in the night when she weeps;

An endless prate runs in her veins,
She beaconed his eyes with her beatifying lips;
A light glaring that makes no bane,
Love will endure love- lorn hanging on a cliff;

An abetted lover turns the page,
Her means not abject to a threadbare life;
Love's banderole sways in the air,
A love loving and never trite.

About this poem

This poem is about a broken woman. The man is happy with their child. The husband is a prick though. The woman still manages to be withstanding in the end as she witnesses how loving her husband is to their child.

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Written on July 10, 2021

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