“Children who travail this life so hard” by Eureka C.Bianzon

I find myself searching for peace from heaven Praying for those starved and abandoned children I cried hard convincing myself to understand Why the world seems so unfair on innocent hands Why they need to experience things With pain Striving their life with so much Hardiness to gain They've lost everything even their parents Who … Continue reading “Children who travail this life so hard” by Eureka C.Bianzon

“Wars like rains wash off young people’s hope” by Eureka C. Bianzon

Population caged by hearts basked with darkness Innocent youths were afflicted with harm-ness Few couldn't streak their voices for they were Scared to try Freedom of speech had been prohibited or else They would die How would the war stop? How would innocents gain the freedom? If their hearts had been stuck And voices were … Continue reading “Wars like rains wash off young people’s hope” by Eureka C. Bianzon

“Victim of Poverty & Starvation” by Eureka C. Bianzon

 Innocent minds unnerving from hungriness Craving for opulence to sustain insatiableness World's resembling profound reality Many young hearts died because of poverty Wandering innocents with shoeless feet Crossing the cold and delicate streets Poor children sleeping with empty stomach Living with unjoyful & impoverished hearts Many sages ignored children will illnesses Many rich people greed … Continue reading “Victim of Poverty & Starvation” by Eureka C. Bianzon

“Hope sages, may give hope to a shadowed land” by Eureka C. Bianzon

Many made promises for the country to accent Told wonderful things to do their very best Sometimes we didn’t know how to accept Those words from sweet tongue if they’re different from rest Many didn’t know much about politics and so I am The thought people who serves possessed a heart of kindness That thing … Continue reading “Hope sages, may give hope to a shadowed land” by Eureka C. Bianzon