“Lonely Highway” by Eureka C. Bianzon

Driving far away from home

Steadfastly across the lonely highway

Carrying the gnawing pain all alone

My independence leads my way

Our music plays while crossing the road

My hands are so numb and cold

Tears falling from the words you’ve told

The saddest moment with you I’ve known

Driving this lonely highway means of leaving you

Never knew when will I pass this road again

Each place has a memory of you

Driving this lonely highway brought much of pain

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Photograph courtesy of Emil Latumbo
My poem published by Kabayan weekly UAE issue April 04-10,2013

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