Here’s the music that plays in the middle of the story:
Last 16th of August, 2014, a familiar face came about within the school grounds of the University of Sto. Tomas.
It was Marian Rivera and Rhyzza Mae Dizon!
Rejoice! Rejoice! A celebrity! How fun, exciting!
Apparently, it was a shooting for a scene from an upcoming 2015 MMFF film entitled Bad And Sinungaling. Now, I have totally no idea what the plot of this film is going to be, but judging by the actors and the crew gathered, I am not psyched at all.
Starting up with Vic Sotto, Marian Rivera, and Rhyzza Mae Dizon as (most probably) the main cast, and end it with the director of photography, Lee Meily, and director Marlon Rivera, I can only see the bleak future of the Philippine film…
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by lea guangko – 3ad6
it is odd to think how different we may be
from the way we think, the way we eat
the way we talk, and how we sleep
i like staying in, and you don’t
you’d rather be out there, while i stay at home
i like ketchup on my fries, you like them plain
you love the sun, while i love the rain
you sleep with the lights on, i sleep better when it’s dark
i say you’re a coward, you disagree
i was just kidding, can’t you see???
your handwriting is ugly, that’s how messed up you are
but, i am a neat freak, you are the messiest person i’ve met so far
nonetheless, i still can see
all the beauty in your wormy brain
that’s why we’re here, to keep each other sane
this is how we are, and i don’t think this will ever change
like the sun and moon, we’ll wait until we finally collide
this is beautiful, i must say
we may be very different beings, but i wish for you to stay.
(this entry is for sir rom cumagun’s class and not for the varsitarian creative writing workshop)
A lullaby by the waters
I sat on the edge of a dock
Fell asleep and into the ocean
It felt like a sort of sensation
Falling into the waves
The colors fade beneath the surface
The deep served a largeness
Like shadow or silhouette
Moving slow and steady
I begin to lose my breath
And so, from the middle of the shadow
Came a diamond light
With brightness steady and strong
I should be feeling joy, not fright
I hear a voice from the center
Of ethereal tone
And tells me I am saved
I’ve drifted to the sand and stone
I awoke to sight of a beach
And a sight of a behemoth by the sea
Swimming to the horizontal beyond
And when I knew, it was early morning at 3
NOTE: Post I made since I won’t join the Creative Writing Workshop of The Varsitarian
Reddit WordPress favorited tweet “Drowning Between 12 and 3” (original title of this poem)
by Kristen Anne Uy, 3AD-7
With people standing, staring, astound,
The colors soaking into them,
The art evoking heart in them.
I find them very pretty
I watch them glisten upon my city
But I always see myself ponder in bed
Why oh why are they color red
When the time has come for sun to veer
The sunlight goes through more of the atmosphere
Light scatters and only shades of red pass our eyes so clear
And that learning, I will share to my peers
Authors Note: Since I will not be joining the creative writing workshop of the varsitarian, I created this short poem to comply with Sir Cumagun’s requirement. 🙂
In the nineteenth psalm, David tells us “the heavens declare the glory of God” (Psalm 19:1) – and indeed, the stars can take our breath away. In the right light, they can even give us a sense of God’s incredible power and love for us. But more than just their vision, it is said that all of creation sings. Medieval and Renaissance poets talked of “the music of the spheres,” and our seven notes in music come from 7 days in a week and 7 (classically identified) planets, that biblical divine number of completion. How little did we know how true it was – the incredible music the planets sing to God! Read more at http://jesusdaily.com/solar-system-song/#UApxRKVsyVdAx4TZ.99
I agree with mother and I searched for the availability of the sounds.
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