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  1. To The Philippines

    by , 11-17-2008 at 11:17 PM (Filtering sawdust...)
    To The Philippines by Dr. Jose Rizal
    (Rizal wrote the original sonnet in Spanish)

    A glowing and fair like a houri on high,
    Full of grace and pure like the Morn that peeps
    When in the sky the clouds are tinted blue,
    Of th' Indian land, a goddess sleeps.

    The light foam of the son'rous sea
    Doth kiss her feet with loving desire;
    The cultured West adores her smile
    And the frosty Pole her flow'red attire.


    Updated 11-17-2008 at 11:25 PM by eyemaker

    Philippine Literatures
  2. Ex Inferis

    Hey guys! Just a quick update like thing. Uhmmmmm, I'm in Juneau at the moment for some career connections trip. I'll update you guys later. Got to run!

  3. Birthday Present

    by , 11-17-2008 at 11:03 PM (Filtering sawdust...)
    It's my mother's forty fifth birthday tomorrow and until now I haven't decided yet what present to give her. I guess i'm too mixed-up this past few days. All those class essays, thesis, projects, and school activities somewhat hamper me from thinking of my mother's birthday. It's the most anticipated celebration in our block actually. The thing is I'm still on the process of thinking what to give my mother in her very day.

    Suggestions? Any.


  4. I make MOUNTAINS out of molehills

    I had this big project due today. Itís a learning center with six activities. Iíve spent several weeks working on it. It doesnít look like a huge thing, but I had to make all of these little parts and it was very time consuming. I had actually been working on the largest portion for a couple of years and had only completed half of it. I thought that if I used it for this project I would be sure to finish. I had to type a large paper to go along with it and had 13 documents that attached to ...
  5. "Amor a Primera Vista" (6/7)

    Change of plan folks. There will now be 7 parts to the story. This was so difficult to write; I hope it doesn't disappoint you.

    The light streamed through the gap of the curtains, and greeted me as I awakened. I proceeded into the bathroom, where I inspected the newly formed freckles on my tanned nose, before cleaning my teeth and washing. I selected my clothing, and coated my skin in lotion that smelled just like coconut. Carefully placing the blue flower slide into my hair (which ...