An Evening in a Cathedral

St. Paul's Cathedral

Shades of lights shine in front of the sign of the cross
This gigantic pipe organ hisses its euphony and tall candles stand firm on the altar
Lord of lights, reflect the sins on fragmented mirrors
Devotion, devoted people solemnly sit on each edge bar

An oath has been made in Grote van Kerk’s Cathedral to help saving poor kids
Solemn prayings to the dawn
A wish in the night, jumbling words in seeds
These ornaments magnificently crown the brown

An evening in St. Richard’s Cathedral
A beautiful choir rejoice dreams of dusk
Of dawns and twilights, and these would enthral
An evening now in St. Paul’s Cathedral; the first soloist choir boy, a man and a mask

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  1. […] still in my home town, Singaraja, Bali. As a reference to my experiences, you may read my poem “An Evening in a Cathedral” and a short story “Kue Tart yang Bukan Aku Pesan” (in […]



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