I’D LIKE TO KEEP MY ISSUES STRONG.
Last night, I lost something that had been a big part of me. Or wished that it had been indeed because truthfully speaking, I may have had it neglected for a time now and to say that I was one with it might as well be a lie.
Amazingly, I feel that this…
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Ana Karenina. Leo Tolstoy. One of the classics I wish to find in Booksale.
Canto de Maria Clara (Jose Rizal)
Dulces las horas en la propia patria
Donde es amigo cuanto alumbra el sol,
Vida es la brisa en sus campos vuela,
Grata la muerte y mas tierno el amor !
Ardientes besos en los labios juegan,
De una madre en el seno al despertar,
Buscan los brazos a cenir al cuello,
Y los ojos sonriense al mirar.
Dulce es la muerte por la propia patria,
Donde es amigo cuanto alumbra el sol;
Muerte es la brisa para quien no tiene
Una patria, una madre y un amor!
Canto de Maria Clara. The Song of Maria Clara. This is one of the numerous poems by the man, our great hero, Jose Rizal whose 151st birthday we commemorate and celebrate today.
This poem was reinvented and given a modern touch when Filipino Indie Pop Royalty The Camerawalls with their frontman Clementince Castro decided to make it as a song. This song is the seventh track of their 2008 debut album, Pocket Guide to the Otherworld.
Maligayang ika-151 kaarawan at mabuhay ka Gat Jose Rizal!
Be a part of this happy (and silly) family! Be a part of the coolest photography organization in UPLB. Be a Litratista.
Attend our orientation on June 20, Wednesday, 7PM, at the IBS Lecture Hall. For more details, contact Chamae at 09172084519.
Cameras are not required; Passion is. See you there! :)
In retrospect, what’s the difference with this and the cliche resolutions we set for New Year’s ?
Maybe nothing. Or probably this time a deeper introspection of how we are and how we want things to be.
Thing is, as long as we feel that we can change something in our lives, make it different somehow, then it’s good.
Anyhow, im just really glad to have listened to my friends who talked me out of doing something irreversible.
Was inspired to write one of these hehe.
- They rather hold their bulky camera, than hold hands with you.
- On a romantic date, you’ll watch the sun go down and think “Wow this is gorgeous” and they’ll go “mirror lock, tripod, and stop down f/8 at 1/125.”
- You’ll never be able to enjoy tv,…
“May I see you again?” he asked. There was an endearing nervousness in his voice.
I smiled. “Sure.”
“Tomorrow?” he asked.
ANG SWEET NATIN !!!
HINDI NAMAN TAYO ! </3
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