Maia Padua

(Virgo / City of Gentle People)

A SINNER (A dream)


Heart Sobs,
Tears dripping
On her lovely rosy cheeks;
Down to the blank pages of her diary
Pen stops working
Waiting for the whisper of her heart
Whether to utter goodbye
Or speaks a love she can't deny.

Words trapped in her confused mind
Longing nailed in her battered soul
Love locked in her jailed heart
Only memories, freely flew
Out of the caged rendezvous

For her, he is a crime
For her, he is a sin
If he is a crime,
She wants to be jailed forever
If he is a sin,
She wants to be a sinner for life.

Her heart wept,
But finally whispers the words
Of the feelings she wants to forget
Her mind seeks for reasons
Her soul sought for enlightenment
Until, her heart finally finds the wings for shelter
On the wings of inner peace and change
On the wings of God's forgiveness
On the wings of God's love

With God's love;
Neither, He can never let her live in misery
Nor will let her be a sinner forever
In her deep sleep, God wake her up
Wipe her tears, God said
Wake up, my child, worry not
Those were just dreams
Dreams that would bring lessons in life. though
Lessons in life that makes us a better person too.

Just in a dream, you went astray
Fear not, I'm leading you all the way.

mAia
11: 44pm
091909

Submitted: Saturday, September 19, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, October 11, 2011

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  • Naida Nepascua Supnet (9/22/2013 9:44:00 AM)

    Maia, your poems, this poem is very touching. Ahh this could be a good movie, a nice story.
    You write so well.
    You never fail to reach out to others through your verses. (Report) Reply

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