Tag Archives: Maria Joseph

A Gem


I wrote this love poem as a birthday present for my darling husband who is a very compassionate and patient man.  When he finished reading it, he was deeply moved and a bit teary eyed! Here comes an erudite Why is he s polite? Taken by his scintillating wit I reckoned him as a gift […]
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Quest


Someday you’ll see Deep inside me A stinging pain within me lingers Unaware of my pangs of hunger You vanish into the crowd Should I cry aloud? From you, my sobs are hidden My heart heavy laden You’d say I am obsessing If I start confessing My desire to be with you The least you […]
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Prison


I cannot pen it down On me, you lay a crown At times, you make me frown Your absence causes me to groan I wait in expectation Can’t explain this emotion With you, my soul longs to be Thoughts of you captivate me I’d flee to you and cry If I had wings to fly […]
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The Cane


This is from the perspective of children who are raised in boarding schools who often lack the daily dose of affection from their parents and often times punishment by the wrong people makes them insecure which haunts them into their adulthood. Like a wound, that festers My mind wanders Upon my childhood days, I ponder […]
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Carefree


This poem is written from the perspective of a hard-working career woman, who is also a mom and feels like a slave having to cook, clean, shop and do all the chores aside from the work at her job and still not being able to relax her mind, since she is being blamed for being […]
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