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  April 2021     1 year ago

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Midnight reflections 01

The sounds at midnight dwindled
To the soft chirps of distant crickets.
The faint reflections of electric lights
From across the street, Pulsated with the gentle breeze,
Brushing the trees that stood guard over the quite pavements.


by Severino Enopena

added 2 years ago
a midnight walk with five dogs

on a warm summer midnight brought an aroma of city pavement
reek in all sorts of odor emanating from sewers and uncollected trash
my canine companions all five of them excitedly chased stray cats
barking at every pedestrian through iron...

by Severino Rengel Enopena

added 3 years ago
an october sunset

shadows shifted
on concrete porch facing the sea
where the sun makes it journey into the night.
the usual afternoon breeze
turns the vane now and then,
while the sounds of traffic build up
on the boulevard below
signal the flood of...

by Severino Rengel Enopena

added 3 years ago
Boondocks (bundok)

They are from time long ago standing still
Mute witnesses to the changing valleys
Generating an ever metamorphosing canvas
Of forest greens and tropical trees
Constantly reaching out to evanescent mist
Ever grasping the fast disappearing...

by Severino Rengel Enopena

added 3 years ago
The lives we do not actually possess.

I struggled with a lonely crusade in my mind
recapturing their significance and meaning
to sacred rituals that drew us together here.
Then I preside the solemn liturgy of life,
qualifying the fading worth of our existence.
The solemn procession...

by Severino Rengel Enopena

added 3 years ago

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2009 1005 1715 Wed
1601 Marbella
2071 Roxas Boulevard

While preparing to leave for another Winter trip to the USA, my Mom spent some time watching the beautiful sunset over the Manila Bay. It was a few days after her 76th birthday. She asked me if I could write something to celebrate the moment. I gave her a copy a few days later in San Francisco. 

3 years ago

Thank you so much for keeping up and running again, and for Good!

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