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Panimalus | Marcelino Navarra

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Panimalus by Marcelino Navarra Donya Basilisa, the heiress of a rich family, visited a small old house with an old woman named Margarita. Margarita wanted to talk to Donya Basilisa about a secret that she kept for a very long time with connection to Donya Basilisa. Margarita narrated her story, about her sister Flordelisa who […]

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Ang Tawo Sa Ilawn Sa Sontana | Marcelino Navarra

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ang Tawo Sa Ilawn Sa Sontana by Marcelino Navarra It was Lenten season where everyone goes to church to confess their sins with the priest. Titay, a single woman confessed her sins with father Luis. As she confessed, father Luis said something accidentally about himself that caused Titay to panic. As the priest calmed Titay, […]

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Alibangbang | Gardeopatra Quijano

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Alibangbang by Gardeopatra Quijano The poem describes how the persona is enveloped in fascination in his experience with a butterfly. Download: PDF Contributed by: Geomarie Lyle A. Carino & Maria Juanita Theresa Romualdez

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Mga Bulak sa Mayo | Gardeopatra Quijano

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Mga Bulak sa Mayo by Gardeopatra Quijano It is a poem that displays the love and affection of a lover which has been likened to the many/various beauties of nature, just like the May flowers. Download: PDF Contributed by: Geomarie Lyle A. Carino & Maria Juanita Theresa Romualdez

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Suludung Inahan | Gardeopatra Quijano

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Suludung Inahan by Gardeopatra Quijano A son/ daughter grieving for his/her mother’s deaath and is longing for the love and care she gave when she was still alive. Download: PDF Contributed by: Geomarie Lyle A. Carino & Maria Juanita Theresa Romualdez

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Panganod | Gardeopatra Quijano

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Panganod by Gardeopatra Quijano The persona talks about the clouds and its freedom to do whatever it pleases. Download: PDF Contributed by: Geomarie Lyle A. Carino & Maria Juanita Theresa Romualdez

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Mga Balud | Gardeopatra Quijano

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Mga Balud by Gardeopatra Quijano A poem that talks about how short the waves stay with the shore. Download: PDF Contributed by: Geomarie Lyle A. Carino & Maria Juanita Theresa Romualdez

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Kadungganan | Candido Vasquez

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kadungganan by Candido Vasquez This piece opens a recognition of the many people who belong to different religions and professions and the differences in their ways of thinking. Vasquez then criticizes the groups within those religions and professions who divide themselves by virtue of religion – setting themselves above the rest and placing the rest […]

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Ang Inahan Inahan sa gihapon | Florentino Tecson

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Ang Inahan, Inahan sa gihapon by Florentino Tecson One stormy day, an old woman, Iya-Minay, reminisces about the past of her beloved son Tasyo. Since, he was only seven years old when she parted from him to go to Manila to receive education. As the story goes, Tasyo, years later, a man of humble beginnings […]

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Takna sa Kabantan-on | Candido Vasquez

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Takna sa Kabantan-on by Candido Vasquez Candido Vasquez dedicates this poem to a woman named Catalina Alfafara whom he describes as shis kauban ug higala. This poem is all about the breaking through the temptations present in the lives of adolescents which are characterized by the weakening of our fortitude especially in times of hardships. […]

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