Alon Calinao Dy

(Samar, Philippines)

A Journey


A journey to the mid-earth
People have salmon salad breath
No one knew how difficult it was
For the lord of the rings
To travel such a narrow path.

Travelled to the boiling mountain,
Blue colored fire full of  greasy oil
Nobody  knew who was going to survive
Pity life for everyone to gain
Put in a microwave oven being heated
No one knew if they were even toasted.

But life was a series of tests
Stand tall! I would never fall
As you have watched the hobbit.
Each one was born to posses a dragon's heart
So brave to travel in this world we now live.

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
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