I stared in the heavens full of stars that flicker in my entire domain. Where I stayed in the cold night that wind blows cuddles my skin, and the birds that tweet under those dancing tree leaves that seemed like music in my ears. Such a staggering moment of nostalgia, I am here now in the midst of retention, that all I can do is to stare at your endearing, lovable and charming face…
I looked at it quite long, when I saw your inner self who blurs every aspect of your personality. I met and glare at your eyes that tot up your being man. I didn’t expected what I saw in it. It’s the part of you that covers your identity. I wonder why. You are sad, and I was saddened at the moment of that stare.
I thought you were completely happy when you told me that everything has been so perfect between life and love. I feel for you, and it’s because of that I loving you.
Your eyes became blue, where I can see is just the miserable you. I do not know how to make it cheery again. Questions ruined my mind; unanswered doubts over my head surrounds. Are you trying to tell me that love has been dreary? That those eyes I see is not anymore happy?
It was such a pain in my entire ego. Those cold nights that I was dreaming of you, the bitter-sweet memories that I completely grateful because of you were already turned into a nightmare, that all I could do is to hug myself and whimper.
I became miserable because your reasons never fitted as the right answer. You loved me, but it feels like you don’t. Realizations occur like a bullet from a gun. And you made up your mind.
All my nights became a nightmare. Your eyes that I used to stare, is not anymore there. You’re now so far away. And I can’t find any way to feel your love today. I feel futile, like I was about to mislay myself.
It was over…
It was really over him… Indeed over about us…
As I realized, it was him who never fought back. It was him who surrendered. And it was me saying that, “I love you, Goodbye”…
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Monday, December 14, 2009
President Gloria Arroyo lifted Saturday December 12,2009 the state of martial law in Maguindanao a week after it was imposed and even before both Houses of Congress could decide if it would approve or revoke it. The Chief Executive revoked martial law effective 9 p.m. December 12,2009 upon the recommendation of the Security Cabinet Group, Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita said in a press briefing in Malacañang December 12,2009 afternoon.
“It is a standing directive, but President Arroyo can manifest that she has already lifted martial law,” Guerra said, adding that the “matter will be considered by the Court in its en banc session on Tuesday.”
Ermita also disclosed that based on the PNP and Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) reports, most of the areas where massing of rebel groups had occurred had been cleared, including the towns of Ampatuan, Datu Unsay, Shariff Aguak, and Talayan. The reports added that criminal justice has also been restored and is now working; and the local government has also been restored following the appointment of Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) Vice Governor Ansaruddin Adiong as the acting governor.
At last, people in Maguindanao have been free from the martial law and now can go out freely out in the street and no hesitation of being caught or harassed by the military.