Ellirie Aviles


Kabalaka


Asa man naadtu ang imong ginsulti
Asa man ka karon?
ato upod sa lain nga bayi/laki
kinsa akon basulon?

Kis-a ra gyud ka kakita'g tawo
nga tinuod gid kung manghigugma
kis-a ra gyud ka kaila
musulti'g di mangbilin asta buhi ta

Karon nga 'yara na ako ginatangis
karon man ka muadto balik
galing sa kaugalingon gabutig
kay kahibalo ko ikaw lang gid

kinsa man akon gina into?
kinsa man ang pierde di?
Unsa man ang akong nahimu?
ako tani inyo tabangi

Sa pag dalum sang gabii
ug sa pag-igpat sang bitoon
sa akong piensar gapermi
unsa akong buhaton?

dili man muhakog ug gugma
dili man mubakal tanan
unya kinsa man kini nila?
kabalaka ko kinsa man

Submitted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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