Kristoffer Randolf Ramos

Rookie (September 30,1982 / VIRAC CATANDUANES)

We Are Our Own Masterpiece


Every time a gentle breeze blows at night
Embracing like no other, befriending the rain
Sending shiver through my spine
i am in love with life

Every dropp of rain that chimes the ground
Cherishing every moment with its majestic sound
There will be no other day
Rain echoes love with life in every way

Isn't the sun a constant grace
Life is a promise to fulfill
Sun shines greatest love in eternity
I am in love with life's mystery

The gentle hours that stay with my solitude
Befriending the echoes of nature
through the golden rice field
My memories told me that I was in love with life

Where day and night meet
I am at peace
Breeze eludes confusion
The morning dew is a reason to love life more

The essence of life is life itself
What everything in life there is
We call it life, Having grown old with life
We learn to love life more than hating

Life, who give us pain
We learn to endure life
He, who does suffering
we learn to suffer

Life, is God's ambivalence
We are to portray on this stage
To be broken and to mend
Life is the essence of life left unsaid

To let us endure life
The thorns within
Gaze upon the wisdom that lurks
Life wont betray

As I endure chapter by chapter
Life enlightens
Life is a lesson
Life will make us the master of our own

Life, though art had teaches me
paint thy colors on my brow
And comes the last stroke
Once finished, we are our own masterpiece.

Submitted: Friday, May 14, 2010
Edited: Saturday, May 15, 2010

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