The Wrestless Pen

a pen that can never be taken away

Saan nga ba to Tutungo?

Lumalayo ka na naman
Di mo nanaman rinig ang pag tawag ko sa’yong pangalan
Nag aaway nanaman tayo
Sinasabing bingi ako sa hinaing mo.

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Strangers Again

You started as complete strangers.
You don’t talk, you don’t even sit next to eachother.
You were this star he can see but couldn’t reach
And he’s this cloud, aimlesy drifting the sky he breached.

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Who am I?

Am I still me?

After all the masks I’ve don,

Can I still be recognized?

Where am I?

Am I where I’m meant to be?

After all the searching,

Have I finally arrived?

How am I living my life?

To its fullest?

Or have I restrained myself

To living the life as dictated by fate?

What am I?

Am I still the writer in me?

After so many paths trudged,

Am I what I am supposed to be?

Why do I seek?

What do I seek?

Knowledge? Information?

Or am I still trying to look for myself?

Looking for myself, I became lost.

Lost in the labyrinth of life.

Lost in the eyes of many,

Lost in my own eyes.

Will I still be able to find myself?

Or will I be lost forever?

Only time will tell,

Only the future lives the truth.

Will the cards guide my path?

Will they tell what the future holds?

Isnit guided by a higher being?

Or by my own hands?

-the voices in my head

I Miss Writing Poems

I miss writing poems.
My pen gliding fluidly on paper,
My thoughts flowing freely,
Writing the things I want to say.

I miss writing poems.
Every verse and rhyme,
The thought of you everytime
I write words in verses.

The mere thought of you
Kept me writing poems
Lets me say to you
Things I’m too afraid to utter.

I miss writing poems
Showering you words of longing
The mere memory of you
Wants me to keep writing.

Alas, I cannot.
For I have lost myself.
I have stopped writing poems
The moment I stopped my feelings for you.

Still I do miss writing poems.
The same way I miss you.
Your voice calling my name
Was enough to get me writing.

One last time
Before I stop writing poems for you.
I will get back to writing poems
But this time, I’ll write it for myself..

– the voices in my head

Looking for Alaska book review

Looking for AlaskaLooking for Alaska by John Green
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Looking for Alaska is not your typical love story.

But no one actually said it’s a love story. We, the readers, just thought that it is because of the word “looking” followed by the name of a girl. Anyone would obviously make that honest mistake.

No, Looking for Alaska is not your typical love story, it’s a mystery with a dash of romance here and there. Most of all, it’s a story about good friends and how they found eachother, and themselves, in a much deeper sense.

You will laugh with the antics of the main character Miles, dubbed as Pudge, and his new found friends. You’ll feel the excitement as they break the rules, have your heart broken as theirs and in the end you’ll say, “it’s worth it.”

I admit that I decided to read this after finding out that a movie is coming out. I did not want to be disappointed in the movie (like with Paper Towns which the book wins over the movie in compsrison), but I decided that I have the right to enjoy the book.

And I did.

While reading, I kept asking myself when or why will Pudge be looking for Alaska. You’ll be asking how it happens. Where will she go? Why will she go? (Hence, reference to Paper Towns, to those who have read or watched) And in the end you’ll understand everything and finally say “He found her.”

Looking for Alaska is a funny, very direct kind of novel. A few curses here and there, scenes not suitable for all (especially the young) audiences, but a great read nonetheless.

I do recommend reading Looking for Alaska. Whether you’re a fan of romance or not, mystery/suspense or not, it’s nice to know you read something good than regret not knowing the story at all, right?

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child book review

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts 1 & 2Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts 1 & 2 by J.K. Rowling
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I finished reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play script, the sequel to the seven-book magical series written by author J.K. Rowling and I must say that it brought magic, albeit to a lesser extent, back to the readers as we read through it.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a play that is currently shown in London with no details yet as to whether it will be shown to other countries. The only way to know the story is to read the script released recently, which I am sure many fans are thankful for. Continue reading “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child book review”

A Starting Phoneographer


A starting phoneographer (photographer using a camera phone)

A child taking on photography using his phone to start with. It’s a long way to go, but I know he’ll get there


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