Then the gods thought that rice fields are silent and empty… Little did they know, they are back to tilling again with sickles in the left and guns on their right.
“Maybe he’s more Christian, for he’s known to be a devout Catholic, than Mrs. Arroyo. We are hoping that he’d do no Arroyo, in terms of human rights. We are continuously praying that these will all end up and soon, the tears that will roll down our cheeks will not be tears of fear, of loneliness, of longing; but tears of joy and praise to the Lord that they are now free and that justice had already served,” Allyn said in her last message to this writer. All I have said is Amen, Amen, Amen…
Thoughts on Fact Sheet 43: an exhibit for the honor of the Morong 43 According to the revolutionary leader and poet Mao Zedong, “All dark forces, which… Read more “MIRRORS: Looking at the Face of Injustice in the Philippines”
Migranteng Pilipino, ngayo’y magbigkis!
Baya’y palayain mula sa limatik!
Kung ganito ang lagay ng edukasyon
Dami ang Pilipinong magiging pulpol;
Bunsod lahat ng komersiyalisasyon
Mapait na bunga ng globalisasyon!
Uy, uy, uy! Matuto kang gumalang
Magpakumbaba at sa lupa’y
Baka tisurin ka ng Panginoon
At mukha’y masubsob
at lamunin ang putik na iyong pinagmulan.
Inisip ko na lamang
Baka naman talagang
Likas sa iyo ang kasipagan
at gusto lamang makatulong sa magulang,
Kaya kahit ang lansanga’t estribo
ginawa mo nang palaruan.