My Beloved Zamboanga City - Poem by Didith Marcelo

Oh my beloved hometown is now restless, horror rumbling everywhere, rubbish rebels sneak day and night to look beyond damage and death.

Oh greed when you was born demons absurd, you cause trouble, ruin lies, poor soul arose everywhere as they are sinking to their fears, they beg for justice but chaosity brought as an answer.

We wonder where is the finger of God to point out and subdue those rubbish. But someone tells me 'a conspiracy is going on.'

Poems by Didith Marcelo

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