John Hazon Palen

Rookie - 0 Points (February 3,1995 / Philippines)

John Hazon Palen Poems

1. Young Noah's Poem 2/8/2012
2. Glimpse To A Passenger Seat On A Friday Night 2/8/2012
3. To Ms. Congeniality 2/10/2012
4. Never A Clean Break 3/1/2012
5. Achiever 4/9/2012
6. Better Aim 4/9/2012
7. True Family 4/9/2012
8. Wonderful Outlook 4/11/2012
9. My Lost Pearl 4/19/2012
10. I Wish 4/19/2012
11. Better Off 4/19/2012
12. Live Your Life 4/19/2012
13. Discerning Contentment 5/3/2012
14. Dear Little Brother 5/3/2012
15. Outdid 5/3/2012
16. You Should'Ve Known (Half-Told Story Of Regret) 3/23/2012
17. Through Life's Challenge 3/25/2012
18. Present 4/9/2012
19. In This Year's Lent 4/9/2012
20. The Outside 5/3/2012
21. Taking Step 5/21/2012
22. New Day 5/21/2012
23. The Diffident Child 5/21/2012
24. To My Mom 5/22/2012
25. My Inspiration 2/11/2013
26. It Seems 5/24/2013
27. The Reminder 10/7/2013
28. Warmth From A Friend 10/7/2013
29. Inspired 10/7/2013
30. True Colors 5/22/2012
31. Certainly Not Low Me 4/9/2012
32. Somewhere In Southern Leyte 3/19/2012
33. My Most Important Things 2/24/2012
34. A Prayer 2/27/2012
35. This Time 2/8/2012
36. Fate 2/8/2012
37. Then Laugh 5/3/2012
38. Daydreamer 2/10/2012
Best Poem of John Hazon Palen

Daydreamer

I am on the passenger side,
Daydreaming to the sky
The day's bright and full of life.. then
In a mile, I caught your sight

My heart starts beating triple times
The thing that I don't know why
And the bus stopped for a while
Not long you're in the seat behind

The music starts playing love songs
I get notion to have conversation
I love your eyes put in my direction,
I find my heart set in motion

We talk and talk while the road seems stretched,
The time runs slow till I reached my place
All was fantasy, I never noticed,
You wake me up, ...

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Fate

Summer after high school, I recall
You're beautiful, my eyes rolled
The time we met by the low sunset,
All things in life then went great

Your face so nice I cannot forget
It made my heart skip a beat
The time we both walked down this street
I guessed, God says it's our fate

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