“My Pen” by Eureka C. Bianzon

Still my mind is unrest and awake

Digging its moving thoughts through my pen

Now in lone splendour where my pen releasing its breath

My mind amidst with pure ablution if won’t would swell

I started penning for the world all throughout

Through God my right hand moves without any doubt

Only asking myself how these things have begun

It seems mysterious and difficult to be left undone

My pen is like moving water on the river

Flows continuously without any hesitation to wander

It wished to meet the heart of each reader

To share the love and inspiration which I used to ponder

Bright stars I witness as well as the bright moon

While unleashing my feelings from my pen’s croon

Though my mind still unrest this night

I still feel that I’m in a lovely early morn

Sharing God’s wisdom, the magic of His power

Which I truly adorned


Categories: Inspirational, Poems, POETRY | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on ““My Pen” by Eureka C. Bianzon

  1. Work of art and inspiring…

  2. thank you so much Ms. Suzette Peachie ^_^

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