Jesus James Llorico


Yolanda (Typhoon)


'Kay sakit pa rin ng nadarama
Sa pait na dulot ni 'Yolanda'
Kahit ilang linggo na nagdaan
Hindi pa rin mawala sa isipan

Sa buong mundo ay nailathala
Ang lagim ng sinapit na trahedya
Nagsisikip ang dibdib sa nakita
Hindi mapigil pagpatak ng luha

Sa Diyos na ngaun idinadasal
Ang nakaligtas sana bantayan
Lalo na mga batang musmos
Na nawalan ng mga magulang

Lubos din na nagpapasalamat
Sa mga tulong ng ibang bansa
At sa pagbigay nila ng pag asa
Sa ating kabayang mga naulila

Saan man lugar sa mundo
Mga OFW lihim na nagdurusa
Umiiyak sa trahedyang nakita
At sa puso hindi sila nag iisa.'

Submitted: Saturday, November 23, 2013

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