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Thank You

I don’t know if it’s natural. But I think the blood of being an activist runs somewhere in my blood. I might have “inherited” it during my stay in college. Some students there have different ways of showing their disagreement or disgust

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Backlog

If you have been following my blog or have been liking my poems, you’d notice that it’s part of the NaPoWriMo. I was able to keep up with writing poems on a daily basis. But unfortunately, as you would notice,

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Poem No. 8 (Tree)

the tree sways from left to right, from right to left. dancing along with the wind, waving it’s hands. it’s leaves are like confetti, blessing the earth. 

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Poem No. 7 (Faith)

Have a little faith, Before it’s too late. Believe what’s to come, Rather than go numb. You would be losing, The one you’re loving.

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Mga Masasamang Espiritu ( Evil Spirits)

This one will be written in my native language. I don’t think I can write it in English that well. And if I do so, it would mean headaches to most people who’d be reading this. I hope Google could

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Poem No. 6 (Kristine)

Kindliness may always be in your heart,Right inside you you would find happiness.In times when other peolpe turn you down,Stay as pure and as true to your self.That whatever this world would throw at you,Instead of dodging them you would

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Poem No. 5 (Third)

too many things going unsaid, as the ties that bind starts to fade. slowly every single day, words can’t find their way. not even our actions, can chance our direction.

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