Dalawang Daan is a poem written by Mary-Ann Bellong and shared with The Ugly Writers under the theme Stuck with Memories for the month of October Dalawang Daan Dalawang daan Halagang aking hiniling Pambayad sa edukasyon Pandagdag ng…
The shadows of yesterday, Sad how they can break a heart so deeply, With just one single mistake of holding on to a memory, How they can make you stay,
Saturated powder blue woes build, Unlike any other moon beyond the field, Perhaps, ‘tis a rabbit hole or naught at all,
How did the story end up so quickly? I thought there would always be you and me I thought the promises would stay, as you said proudly
What happened to the voice in you? I wonder if it's still there or hidden in an igloo I wasn't expecting such an obvious clue But the thought of it surely chasing you in blue
Throughout the passage of countless years, I've undergone significant changes, it appears.
Sa pakikinig ng pagbuhos ng ulan, Hindi man sadya ngunit na aalala ka na naman, Bumabalik sa nakaraan, nakaraang minsan kong pinanabikan at pinanghawakan, Na sana'y umabot ng walang hanggan.
Gears of empathy, connections they make, Building bridges, no barriers to break. With compassion's touch, hearts align, Love's unifying, endless sign.
One day I might recover them and live that perfect life which lies inside my head.
as she lies in the dark sepulcher nothing but dust and bones kissed by corpulent whining insects
Unfortunately, I am far away And I cannot hold your hands and say
Let me find my reasons to live and hope. Don’t allow anger cuts our connection, Tie our words to create a combination.