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Usa ka Paghandum | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Usa ka Paghandum by Angel Enemecio The poem talks about the speaker’s reminiscence of his past. It illustrates how true love never really fades. True love remains for a lifetime despite undesirable circumstances. The person being reminisced about in the poem is a true portrayal of how one cannot question what fate brings. In spite […]

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Ang Sala Walay Bay Pasaylo? | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ang Sala Walay Bay Pasaylo? by Angel Enemecio Ang Sala Walay Bay Pasaylo? talks about the constructs of forgiveness. The speaker is trying to show that forgiveness is a dawn of hope. Hope in a sense that night time will eventually evolve to daylight. Moreover, mistakes happen to and are committed by everyone. Thus, it’s […]

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Ang Imong Larawan | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ang Imong Larawan by Angel Enemecio This poem depicts the speaker’s broad imagination of someone whose image keeps on floating in his mind. The picture constantly daydreamed by the speaker gives him joy and hopefulness. Even in the speaker’s lonesome, the picture depicted in his mind is always that of the person he desires for. […]

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Akong mga Kasakit | Candido Vasquez

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Akong mga Kasakit by Candido Vasquez Akong mga kasakit is a poem that talks about unrequited love and the consequent death, both in the literal and figurative sense. The speaker of the poem opens with how life has been for him and how he has been feeling for the past few days due to the […]

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Daygon Sa Pasko | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Daygon Sa Pasko by Angel Enemecio Enemecio’s Daygon sa Pasko narrates of the story of the birth of Jesus. It talks of how Christmas came to be brought about by the significance of our Savior being born in the humble comfort of a mere manger. It also portrays the merry-making and glorification that us, humans, […]

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Ambut ug Ngano | Candido Vasquez

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ambut ug Ngano by Candido Vasquez An essay on unrequited love, Ambot ug ngano was written for and dedicated to the woman whom Candido Vasquez loves. In this essay, Vasquez cites the woes that an unrequited love toward a fickle mind brings – a relentless addiction that ushers in both elation and misery. However, despite […]

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Kalaay Kun Kapuol | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kalaay Kun Kapuol by Angel Enemecio In the poem, the speaker does not know what he feels exactly. He is confused whether or not he is sad or happy. He is also still in the process of knowing and understanding how he truly feels. The poem also talks about how his life is like a […]

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Ang Atong Umaabot | Candido Vasquez

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ang Atong Umaabot by Candido Vasquez “Ang kaugmaon sa usa ka lungsod ikatandi ta sa usa ka sakayan.” starts Candido Vasquez’s Ang atong umaabut, an article about a country’s hope for freedom and progress. According to the Vasquez, a country’s future is in the hands of its children, it’s constituents, who ensure that its interests […]

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Mga Ingkantohanon | Antonio Abasolo

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Mga Ingkantohanon by Antonio Abasolo Nardo is a tall, beautiful young man. Nardo was just new to that place where he heard a beautiful voice and felt uncanny. He ran when he noticed that the voice came nearer and nearer to him and got so scared. He sat down on a bench and an old […]

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Hain na ang kabataan nga gidamgo ni Rizal? | Candido Vasquez

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hain na ang kabataan nga gidamgo ni Rizal? by Candido Vasquez A critique on the lifestyles and interests on the youth of Vasquez’s time which contrasted deeply with the expectations of Rizal on the youth which he believes are bringers of peace and progress. Vasquez urges its readers not to forget the struggles of the […]

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