Quotes, Poems, Etc...

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 17, 2013, 03:13:00 PM
^yeah! and with Ayu's song on play. aahh, nostalgia.  :)




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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 18, 2013, 02:11:47 PM
Melancholic Thoughts on Random Shits

Suffering from depression and anxiety
A never ending slave for the act of Melancholia
Falling from an eternal pit
Living a life of all despair

Life keeps fornicating my behind
Battered, slapped ’til the bloom of rose
Stabbed with a knife to the heart, back and forth
Cry of pity and sadness, of pain and sorrow heard from beyond

A life non-cyclic but and ever changing nightmare
A nightmare without a hero
A nightmare… only I am in distress
A nightmare where everyone’s a villain

A poem for random shits
Yet, all I can see is my life equated
A weird mind the author has,
A stupid act the author did.

very dark. i have arrived on the conclusion while reading that the one who wrote this might be disturbed for some reasons. lol

are you? are you not?


Let's just say na I'm bothered with everything esp my life.

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 18, 2013, 02:18:36 PM
^so you are disturbed?  ???

you don't have schizo, do you?

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 18, 2013, 02:39:18 PM
Melancholic Thoughts on Random Shits

Suffering from depression and anxiety
A never ending slave for the act of Melancholia
Falling from an eternal pit
Living a life of all despair

Life keeps fornicating my behind
Battered, slapped ’til the bloom of rose
Stabbed with a knife to the heart, back and forth
Cry of pity and sadness, of pain and sorrow heard from beyond

A life non-cyclic but and ever changing nightmare
A nightmare without a hero
A nightmare… only I am in distress
A nightmare where everyone’s a villain

A poem for random shits
Yet, all I can see is my life equated
A weird mind the author has,
A stupid act the author did.

very dark. i have arrived on the conclusion while reading that the one who wrote this might be disturbed for some reasons. lol

are you? are you not?


Let's just say na I'm bothered with everything esp my life.

I want to add co-author this poem and add some random thoughts/ideas.

"I am at war but I don't have enemies
 Desire, Despair, Desire.. So many monsters!
 Demons in my room at night!
 Such I love in delight!"

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 19, 2013, 11:25:18 AM
^so you are disturbed?  ???

you don't have schizo, do you?


NO, I don't have schizophrenia .  matino naman ako kahit papano. lol. Siguro I just have a different point of view... (but I'm not a pessimist ha.)


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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 19, 2013, 12:10:56 PM
aw sayang. may kapwa schizo na sana ko haha kidding


pero your words seems so inspired... yet written in a way like they'll be the last of the writer. even i can't comprehend it.  :-\

are you regretting your existence, bro? lol mind my questions sorry

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 19, 2013, 07:51:15 PM
Very suicidal no?! haha. Very inspired ako nung sinulat ko yun, I was actually crying that time. Na experience mo na ba yung super depressed ka to the point that you just want to vanish and forget eveything. I THINK na that time I've reached my breaking point. Reasons? hmmn. MY LIFE!


Marami pa akong poems na ginawa, tinatamad lang akong mag post. And actually I'm thinking of writing a book... about (well not exactly about) my life pero fictional, meaning may dagdag-bawas, pero I'm scared kasi it will be a very big window to my life (If you know what I mean) and baka di kayanin ng mga tao -- lalo na ng family ko.

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 19, 2013, 08:04:57 PM
^ OT: Try mo gumawa ng blog na hindi ka nagpapakilala :)

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: January 19, 2013, 08:14:04 PM
I've done that ayun katangahan lang nagpakilala rin ako. :|| I'll think about it parin, gagawa nalang ulit ako ng bago.

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: February 04, 2013, 09:28:09 AM
This is my essay which I wrote during the STI College's Regional Tagisan ng Talino Tournament (sadly I didn't won lol).

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   Alexander the Great. Napoleon Bonaparte. George Washington. What do these names have in common? Apparently, these are very notable names. These names have been immortalized since their own eras, and their faces and busts are scattered everywhere in the world. Writers and historians, although remarkable themselves, have these names imprinted on their great books. Towns and cities and even abstract things like months are named after them. But one may ask, "Who are they? What kind of deeds did these men do for them to be glorified way beyond their lifetimes?" Yes, these great men were leaders. During those times when the world was being formed as it is today, Alexander the Great, Napoleon Bonaparte, George Washington, and many others led their people to triumph and glory. As they shed blood for the sake of many, their names are forever etched on history. Yet, an age-old question arises, "Are leaders born or made?" To answer that question, one must understand the true value of leadership.

   Certainly, leadership is essential for a leader to rule his or her people. A leader who lacks leadership is similar to a ship without a wheel. Hence, to make a good leader, one must manifest the basic traces of leadership and apply it first to himself or herself. Of course, being a leader isn't all about power and influence. Benevolent leaders often start unparalled reigns; their eras are naturally revered as the best examples of good governance by the people. However, leadership comes with a very high price. Whether it is a trait bestowed by the Creator or an attribute that can be attained through education, there remains a fact that some of the individuals who possessed it is driven by their desire to rule and to be feared. This very fact adds more pressure to the long-sought answer for a question that has been a matter of debate since time immemorial.

   On the one hand, leaders may be born with the trait of leadership in them. For instance, a father of a child whose leadership characteristics are way above the average can say leaders are predestined. Certain individuals who showcase outstanding leadership skills are naturally considered as leaders since birth. One can also throw student council presidents, organization heads, and class overseers on that lot and still be named Leaders' Bonanza. Perhaps, these kinds of people are born in the same womb - a womb that only screams leadership. A father of a child allegedly born with a trait sought by many but only few can possess must be very proud. But did the fathers of Alexander, Napoleon, and George thought that their sons will be the future rulers and revolutionizers of their time?

   On the other hand, education may implant the value of leadership in very rare individuals who are willing to learn. Despite the lack of innate abilities and skills, aspiring leaders can be taught how to train themselves to become a ruler. As one of the best examples one can think of, Her Royal Highness Princess Diana, who were once an ordinary woman who lived an ordinary life, managed to bring herself the realization of people's dreams. She was oblivious to the principles of good governance or the ways on how to rule the United Kingdom, but the Princess herself was willing to use the name Diana to be a vessel of benevolence and manifest it through charity works and knowing what her kingdom needs the most. She wasn't born a royal, but somehow, through God's help, proper education, and self-determination, the late Princess Diana's deeds is remembered long after her most shocking death.

   Ultimately, leaders, whether they are born or made, must have three five things that are more valuable than a gold and more precious than a jewel. First, a leader must possess eyes that can see the hard work of his or her people. Second, a leader must have ears that are open to any kind of criticism and suggestion. Third, a leader must have a tongue that speaks not about his or her own greatness just to satisfy the need for egotism, but is more than happy to praise his or her subjects for they are the heart of the nation. Fourth, a leader is required to have the proper mind to think about the best ways of governing his or her people. Lastly, a leader must posses the heart of a humble follower, willing to do anything for the sake of the good, and for the sake of his or her holdings. Alexander the Great, Napoleon Bonaparte, and George Washington, whether they were born rulers or not, made the same choice. By the way, I am sorry, for I don't believe in fate. But God has given me something more powerful than fate or destiny: the choice of becoming a leader.

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: February 18, 2013, 12:41:15 PM
The Harmless Hero
By: Yours Truly

The boy savior, wields his shield
Saving everyone to no one
Took all the punches without retaliating
To counter with cries and screams of pain
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The Hero is hurting, suffering
No one thanked him, no one even smiled.
No one cared but he
Tried to please everybody, got the opposite
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The Harmless Hero, still standing
Bruises, Calluses, wounds and scars
The Harmless Hero, still standing
Standing to protect but not with violence
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Determination of an eagle with a heart of a dove
The Harmless Hero soars up above
Yet you cannot find him in a crowd
A wallflower with a brave heart
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The Harmless Hero, still standing
'Til he can fight no more
The Harmless Hero, still standing
With an open wound on his heart
The Harmless Hero, still standing
'Til his funeral sparks

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: February 18, 2013, 12:42:27 PM
nice..

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: March 18, 2013, 11:26:32 AM
Penny for your thoughts

Can I offer you a penny for your thoughts?
As a matter of fact, how about three?
One penny for you, one penny for me,
And one penny for our minds engaged not so sexually.
Getting intimately closer as we approach the
Climatic altitude of nude, mental, sensational… conversation.
Because I’m trying to get to know everything about you
From the neck… UP.
So these are not your typical, sexual, poetical prose.
I’m trying to close the door on that all too familiar freaky foreplay game.
With which most people have chose to approach you.
While they are trying to get deeply imbedded
In the fine fibers of your bedsheets,
I’m trying to find and define the fibers of which your mind speaks.
I want to engage you … I want to engage you
By putting a two karat solitaire diamond ON YOUR MIND and
Marrying your every thought!
I want to lick every inch of every crevasse
So I can get an oral fix from each orifice
And taste you passionate IMAGINATION.
I’d rather be naked and exposed, holding you
As we’re lying and you’re crying
While confiding and describing the tough times you’ve had in life
And how you don’t know
If you can keep a relationship long enough to be somebody’s wife.
I wanna feel the heartbeat of all your inner rhythms
As they lead me toward your warm, wet, waterfalls of feminine thoughts.
…And I’ll swim in them.
From backstrokes, to breaststrokes,
I’m penetrating every entrance… to your mind.
Taking my time to find out everything about you.
Did I ever tell you about how you
Fell asleep in my presence?
And your mere essence
Kept me awake for hours
As I cowered with this feeling
Of sexually unadulterated mental connection?
And as you lay by my side
I pushed my blinds aside
And took the time in the moonlight of that night
To count 72 eyelashes
On the upper eyelid of your right eye!
Because as you sleep
Your eyes remain open slightly.
And while we probably moves in too quickly into some sexual stuff
I’ve always cared more about the expilicity illicitness
That came from between you lips.. meaning your voice.
So now I am standing here
Ready to trade in all the sexual acts that we’ve preformed
For the chance to reform the very foundation
And the basis of our relationship.
So I reiterate my opening statement
And I offer you another penny for your thoughts!

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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: March 26, 2013, 05:56:35 AM
we studied this in highschool


To the Man I Married
Angela Manalang-Gloria

I
You are my earth and all the earth implies:
The gravity that ballasts me in space,
The air I breathe, the land that stills my cries
For food and shelter against devouring days.
You are the earth whose orbit marks my way
And sets my north and south, my east and west,
You are the final, elemented clay
The driven heart must turn to for its rest.

If in your arms that hold me now so near
I lift my keening thoughts to Helicon
As trees long rooted to the earth uprear
Their quickening leaves and flowers to the sun,
You who are earth, O never doubt that I
Need you no less because I need the sky!

II
I can not love you with a love
        That outcompares the boundless sea,
For that were false, as no such love
        And no such ocean can ever be.

But I can love you with a love
        As finite as the wave that dies
And dying holds from crest to crest
        The blue of everlasting skies.


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Re: Quotes, Poems, Etc...

  • on: April 21, 2013, 07:54:46 PM
Tell All
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The depth of the darkness which you are embracing
the strength of the wind that is grazing your cheeks

There are surely lots of things
Which nobody but only you will know

But if you are hesitant, nothing will begin
And if nothing begins, you will never know the pain of loss

I am shouting out to the future, “it is not the time to give up”
In order to love you, I have chosen this battle

You have welcomed quiet mornings
You have gone through nights without any fear

Rather than show off your fighting spirit
I want you to say that you are happy

If you only feel regret, you can never forgive the past
And if you cannot forgive the past, you will not be able to smile at me even now

I am shouting out to the future, “now is the time to progress”
In order to love you, I have chosen this battle

Lift your fists up high
And raise your voice
Then look up and start running without looking back
There is nothing to be afraid of

If you are hesitant, nothing will begin
And if nothing begins, you will never know the pain of loss

I am shouting out to the future, “it is not the time to give up”
In order to love you, I have chosen this battle

If you only feel regret, you will never forgive the past
And if you cannot forgive the past, you will not be able to smile at me even now

I am shouting out to the future, “now is the time to progress”
In order to love you, I have chosen this battle


I will become the proof that you were here