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December Sonnet II. Hope Poem by rosalinda flores rosevoc


Days of wrath, I have seen, now over me
Gone loathsome rains of weeping, after dawn

Should I fall, in praise I’d rise like kids - found
Glory in God’s kindness of boundless seas.

From dark days of doom and cyclone, now free
Gathered silk fields, fire, water, nothing owned

A heaven’s grace, in faith, I pray no bounds
Erect stone monuments like pliant trees!

A Savior is born, rejoice and sing praise!
Hope of today, a blessed light unveiled

Born a Savior, redeems us, human race.
A Savior is born, doubt not, see thy might

In chaos and wars, he saves in the right
Hope of today, a blessed light unveiled!

Submitted: Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 11, 2013
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an Italian sonnet


after storm Hayan in the Philippines

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