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Gugma! | Florentino Tecson

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Gugma! by Florentino Tecson The story is about Lucing, a woman of great beauty, who wanted a suitor that would make her feel special. Despite of the beauty she possesses, Lucing wondered why nobody came to visit her. Ninong, a boy who works at Lucing’s house was trapped by his love for her. However, he […]

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Ang Dungog Balaanon | Uldarico Alviola

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ang Dungog Balaanon by Uldarico Alviola Amboy has a wife named Nenang. Nenang became the center of talk in Cebu because she was said to be Tiyago’s girl. Tiyago was a womanizer, who loves to seduced and have fun with women. Amboy, the husband of Nenang did not believe in these rumors about his wife’s […]

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Mga Buling sa Kaagi | Florentino Suico

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Mga Buling sa Kaagi by Florentino Suico Rosa was a rich girl who was very sociable and who had lived a life under the spotlight of being elite. The night that she was about to be wed to his beloved, Diego, she then decided that she had to tell her soon to be husband a […]

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Mahay sa Bukidnon | Uldarico Alviola

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Mahay sa Bukidnon by Uldarico Alviola There were two young men named, Isyong and Kolas, who lived in a far away mountain of Cebu. They have different cultural views and interests in life but even if they differ from each other they were still good friends. Kolas was good at Cebuano writings and culture while […]

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Gihagit Mo Ba Ako | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Gihagit Mo Ba Ako by Angel Enemecio The poem “Gihagit Mo Ba Ako” denotes of the emotional involvement of the writer towards his dreams and passions. The writer is utterly zealous about playing the guitar and singing—skills he has greatly honed, valued and treasured. However, he came to a point where he just wanted to […]

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Walay Kinatulgan | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Walay Kinatulgan by Angel Enemecio Enemecio’s “Walay Kinatulgan” tells of the writer’s broken heart; how, even in his dreams, he is haunted by the monsters of the failed relationship with his love. He misses his great love dearly; how, even when he closes his eyes, the twinge is completely agonizing. His heart is in pain […]

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Hikalimti | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hikalimti by Angel Enemecio Angel Enemecio’s Hikalimti tells about the speaker’s personal conflict with himself to forget his dear love. The poem greatly denotes of the impossibility of ever forgetting. The speaker had done all that he could to block out the memories of his beloved but to no avail. He portrays the strong emotions […]

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Walay Sapayan!.. Limbongi Ako | Angel Enemecio

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Walay Sapayan!.. Limbongi Ako by Angel Enemecio Walay Sapayan!.. Limbongi Ako is a poem about how the speaker is greatly affected by the lies that have influenced his mindset. These lies have corrupted his happiness and the memories of his past. Moreover, the betrayals tore his being physically, mentally and emotionally. Nonetheless, the lies have […]

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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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