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  OBED DELA CRUZ (October 18,1995)
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Still We Shall Stand

Towers and mega-structures may instantly fall
And priced commercial lands be left barren and dull.
But by having faith in God and a moving hand
We’ll rise and rebuild our world and still we shall stand.

Sacks of gold may be stolen from our trusted banks
And the earth’s most expensive diamonds become junks,
But still we shall enrich ourselves of the true riches.
Still we shall stand and have peace even in crisis.

Though we may stand in front a poisonous snake
And in great fear of what shall happen next we shake,
O with our strength let us do everything to live!
Still we shall stand and God’s protection we’ll receive.

No matter what we have today and tomorrow
Still we shall stand and into what’s good we shall go.

Copyright © 2009 by Obed Dela Cruz

(December 31,2009; Marikina City)

(The rights and ownership of this poem belongs to Obed Dela Cruz. To use it in a proper manner, please email him at princeobed_dc@yahoo.com)
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Learning what life is shall never end
And what’s learning shall I comprehend.
I’m a student who loves to study.
In hearing correction, I’m ready.

My ears are open to wise instruction.
My path is open to good direction.
My heart must be bound to the guiding truth.
My manners must be like that Great King.

Copyright © 2009 by Obed Dela Cruz

(September 11,2009; Marikina City)

(To use this poem in a legal way, please email the author at princeobed_dc@yahoo.com but you cannot own the poem because you will be violating such in computer ethics, information systems, intellectual property, copyright, and other rights)
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Sweet Dreams

Sweet dreams of the night, so dear as they lie awake
Wrapped with a mother’s kiss and father’s guiding voice.
A hope and life in the edge of darkness they make
With a silent yet resounding of pleasant noise.

On soft comfort, while gazing the stars of heaven,
They come as precious gifts, secured nothing is wrong.
Music brings me to imagination’s haven
Where worries vanish when played the angelic song.

Locked are all the rooms from innocent fantasies,
For these sweet dreams in good life and health have brought me.
Betrothed to Love which even when time comes to cease,
Would remain faithful after an eternity.

Sweet dreams, sweet dreams, they are bestowed upon my soul
Making inspiration grow deeper than before
With greater light than ember’s glow on firewood’s coal,
Like the restoration of a shaken armor.

Sweet dreams, sweet dreams, in life they really do come true
With the Best Friend’s embrace that caresses me through.

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Copyright © 2010 by Prince Obed de la Cruz

(October 23,2010; Marikina City)

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Take Them Not Against Me, For I Was A Child

Take them not against me, for I was a child;
Those wrongs I made when I started to explore
A dark, gloomy world that had my heart beguiled
When I touched the knob of a forbidden door.

For I was enticed by the moving shadow
Of the beast who I assumed to be my friend.
And every night I struggled for tomorrow,
Thinking it was necessary for my end.

I wore a covering on my face to hide
The creature whose eyes wished to rid of its soul.
For the devil's greed birthed by deceptive pride
Was the fraud behind my spirit's empty hole.

But I am not one of the devil's children.
My soul, my youth are not among his victims.
And my name would not belong with the fallen
If I choose not to give in my foolish whims.

Therefore, I unmask my face to show the truth
And let my eyes, the soul's mirror, confirm this
That I have already grown, though still a youth
I can weigh reason and know what to dismiss.

So may all hell now fear this revelation
That it cannot anymore profit from me.
For the child who they thought had their devotion
Already repented, now their enemy!
Obed dela Cruz
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