And if I reached the tip of falling out, am I worth the extra mile to save?
Last night I keep on thinking why people fall out of love. There’s tons of reason why and for me it all sums up to one thing, HUNGER..
People always think that love is there when there is happiness. When you’re felling of belonging and security is well fed. When someone supplies all those craves and each day you end up full, then they claim they’re loved. We love because we feel complete? Can we then conclude that those who are not are all starved and incomplete?
Funny how ironic this cycle is. We love someone following your ‘heart’ and risking. We believed in sparks, with signs and in cupids. We thought we’re fed but truth is, we’re starting to be eaten up. And it goes round and round and around it. We stop at some point to check what we really feel, then we join the flow again.
We go overboard. We destroy the norms we created for ourselves. We re-plan and ignore going back to zero. Those pricks from yesterday we now use as an add-on weapon. We prepare and equip. We strategize and bring that pledge this time it would be different. And when we’re their on that battlefied, we unclothe from everything.
As we climb it up, the track is always different from the past. But still you try to reach for that pick no matter how uncertain this treck might be. And when you’re reached it’s tip, you’ll look from where you’ve started and realize that this standing point you are right now is all worth it. But it’s not all gonna stop there. There would be winds, thunders and scarcity above. That’s when you choose to move back and feed yourself, stay there, or tip over and fall, then climb another. And then i thought of you…
First part of the poem I made in our English class last Friday. Will need to finish this and damn I can’t yet since I won’t be able to see some “inspiration” until tomorrow hihi <3
It has been a crazy ride I’ll never forget. All the bumps and swings that we’ve shared. All the jitters and rainbows and dark skies we walked by. But they say some things are just meant to end. Truth is, forever’s not applicable for all. We’ve given our all and now we’re empty. We’ve traveled a lot and now getting nowhere. We hung. We hold on. But now we’ve lost it. Climax it is. Now it’s all undone.
You’re the risk I’ll never regret
You’re the challenge I’m glad I’ve conquered
You’re the gift I’ve never took for granted
You’re the sweet little thing I’ll ever treasure.
WE’RE just in the end of the road. Don’t know how the separate ways will be. Don’t know how the ache will heal. Don’t know what’s next. For you I don’t know. You might be there, finding the new path to take. Murmuring that this will now be the sweetest escape. Finally, break free.
But I myself should find my new road. I myself will build a new path. I myself will look for my own light to join me on this dark end of our once journey…
With all the definition of love, I guess the most commonly used cliche that’s so damn sickening would be the statement that “love is blind.” I do not know where did it come from and I don’t have any intention of searching for its roots. However, after watching that play entitled “Sabina” by our beloved STA students, the thought just strike back to my brain and unfortunately, here I am again left wondering about the old statement’s context and wandering for some answers.
A tale of a girl who fell in love with a foreigner. A grim deja vu for her mother. It’s a story of a young Filipina being introduced in love and gave everything to fight for it. But as i watch it, in my opinion I must say that it is a tale of one beguiled by what she thinks is a promise of forever. A tragic story about giving all for what you think is love and what scarce we receive from doing it. Saddening, but real.
And because of that, I realized a lot of things. Why close your eyes when kissing when the moment is so scenic and wonderful your eyes should witness? Why love with just your heart when you can win it more with your mind? Why love someone and make them the entire reason to live, when you can live the love you want the most? Is love really blind? or it sees but it just doesn’t mind?
75 times of thunderous clapping and cheering. Glittering and dazzling gowns and barong. It’s this day of the year when the administration showcase, or should I say brag to the republic what had been done (well if there really was) during their reign of supremacy.
Though I myself believe this administration is way better the previous one, I must say PNoy’s team had some lapse or holes that was promised to be accomplished yet when you asked them about it, we get that never-ending “in progress” reason. I wasn’t able to watch the whole litany of Mr. President, yet I tried to do my best and read through materials and checked out my best friend Youtube. Actually I was surprised they did a lot of work! Like after reading it I was like, SERIOUSLY? Anyways let me cite here some of his works that I feel was real and some that I think is…
He first narrate with a booming proud voice that he was able to provide an expansion to the former PGMA’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. I know some of my schoolmates are receiving the said help so pretty much I must say Mr. PNoy deserve his first clap.
Some drill goes on that SONA. After Mr. Aquino tells something about Extension of PhilHealth coverage, Amendment of SSS Pension Scheme, Sin Tax Reform and Responsible Parenthood laws, and Solving Metro Manila’s traffic, his all-star cast constituents would cheer and clap like whenever they watch Manny Pacquiao bring down a Mexican.
My most favorite is when he mensions about the distribution of Hacienda Luisita land. The whole Batasang Pambansa froze, each one listening and scrutinizing every word the President utters. In the end, he said the best sugar coat to wrap it all up.. ” Hindi ko sila pinabayaan…”
I’m not really against or agreeing with the present government. I know working for the whole 7, 107 island of the Pearl of the Orient is really hard, specially when the previous team before you did a great job in leaving a great pile of screwed up mess. I commend PNoy’s effort in putting band aids on all the “open wounds” of this country, though I think he needs to work more on what should be done to move forward than to fix what had been done. And so after the grand speech of PNoy’s “Tuwid na Daan” team, I guess the question now is: What’s next?
Sometimes you’ll be dumbfounded if everything is still just or is it starting to be an imbalanced seesaw. Most of the time, you’ll be drooled and drowned by love it makes you see everything in a kaleidoscope vision. There will come a point you’ll quench for what you think is due for you. But it wont be given. Hopefully, not YET. And you’ll just keep on letting things pass and go back to the root of the happy trailed view of your sweet coated universe. And because you love and you promised and you feel that you do, you’ll just let it be. You’ll be totally eaten up. Yet lamenting out you deep cries might just screw up things. All you can do is HOPE that the reply and pay backs are on its way…