The autumn leaves are falling

The autumn leaves are falling and reminds me the change of the season

Each leaf reminds me of each day I am here

Of each day I left my home there

Of each day I am feeling alone

Yet I am not alone for the struggle must go on

The autumn leaves are falling and reminds me the change of the season

Each leaf reminds me of each person I left there

Of each person I held so dear

Of each of them I love along

Yet I am not alone for the struggle must go on

The autumn leaves are falling and reminds me the change of the season

Each leaf reminds me of the people I serve there

Of each of them I serve so dear

Of each people I serve along

Yet I am not alone for the struggle must go on

The autumn leaves are falling and reminds me the change of the season

Each leaf reminds me of each struggle we triumphed

Of each struggle we did back home

Of each struggle we did along

Yet I am not alone for the struggle must go on

The autumn leaves are falling and reminds me the change of the season

Each leaf reminds me of each victim of the drug-war

Of each mother weeping from a far

Of each mother praying to end the war of long

Yet I am not alone for the struggle must go on

The autumn leaves are falling and reminds me the change of the season

Each leaf reminds me of each comrade fallen

Of each precious life dedicated to serve the people since then

Of each precious life martyred for the people all along

Yet I am not alone for the struggle must go on

The autumn leaves are falling and reminds me the change of the season

Each leaf reminds me of each new day

Of the struggle reaching far every day

Of peace based on justice that lasts long

Yet I am not alone for the struggle must go on.

 

The Right Revd Antonio Nercua Ablon, IFI

 

 

 

 

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