Today is World Poetry Day

Today, March 21st is World Poetry Day! Yay! I haven't written anything not work-related in a while and it has been really rough. But in honor of WPD, I am sharing with you a piece I wrote and performed 2 years ago. It took me quite a while to decide to post it anywhere but here … Continue reading Today is World Poetry Day

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Buratchibells ni Madame

Happy World Poetry Day! Before the day ends, I'd like to share with you a piece I wrote for Metro Manila Pride x Words Anonymous HUBAD: Katawan, last year. I think I've only ever performed this thrice, so wala syang video. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Sana maperform ko na sya ulit. Sort of sensitive content, pasintabi na lang sa mga hindi mahilig … Continue reading Buratchibells ni Madame

Lipat Bahay

Note: This is the solo piece I performed for TWO: Words Anonymous' Second Anniversary Show.  Tuwing gabi, ginigising ako ng pagkaluskos ng mga laylayan ng aking kurtina sa mga kartong minarkahan ng mga sulat kamay mo. Takot pa rin akong buksan sila, kahit na alam ko naman kung ano ang kanilang nilalaman. Ilang linggo na … Continue reading Lipat Bahay

Past Midnight: Two

At night, I lie awake and see all the unopened boxes spread across the room, each one labeled with the familiar scribble of your name. I'm afraid to open them, even if I knew what they contained. They've been here for a couple of weeks now and I should really get to unpacking but maybe, just … Continue reading Past Midnight: Two

Rise Up ( A piece for Climate Rhythms: Rock The Road Towards Climate Action)

Yesterday, We had the privilege of performing for Climate Rhythms: Rock The Road Towards Climate Action along with a lot of different musicians and poets. It was such a beautiful experience having artists from different genres and people from all walks of life come together for a great cause. Thank you to Alliance Francaise de Manille, Dakila (especially … Continue reading Rise Up ( A piece for Climate Rhythms: Rock The Road Towards Climate Action)