Adlaw sa Minatay | Antonio Abasolo

| December 31, 2015

Adlaw sa Minatay

by Antonio Abasolo

n the story, the protagonist remembers the dead on All Souls’ Day. Scenarios of loss of a child, mother, lover, and a friend that added a mournful and sorrowful tone of the story. As the story moved on, the protagonist has this longing of meeting or reuniting with his beloved ones, where all are equal, no more worries and sorrows ,no suffering, discrimination and abuses. At the end of the story, the protagonist pointed out, that we should be a good person while we are alive so that we will be remembered and that all worries, sorrows, sufferings, and discrimination will be buried on the grave.

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Contributed by: Ramon Bernard Alivio & Rikki Mae Castro

Category: Pre-War Works