Mark Adrian Adonay

Rookie - 0 Points (September 28 1999 / Sta.fe, Bagumbayan, Roxas, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines.)

Children


Can you see them
Like the earth’s sweet blossom,
Bounds in a bright morning
Of the day’s pure sunlight.

Can you see them
Like the land’s green hair,
Swaying with glee and kindness
Filled with songs of sunshine.

Can you see them
Like how the flowers thank the sun,
Dancing along the wind
To fill the air with fragrance.

Can you see them
Like a cloud paint the skies,
With face of silver linings
Gently drawn above.

Can you see them
Better than a wise man’s story,
When uttered their words in freedom
Can be a voice of many.

Can you see them
And realized- - -
That they’re a big part,
Of our world.

Submitted: Sunday, January 12, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 13, 2014
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