Category Archives: Poems

A Mother’s Day Poem

I came across this wonderful poem about how often we take our mothers for granted. The author Del “Abe” Jones couldn’t have said it any better. If we’re the lucky ones whose mothers are still with us, let’s not pass … Continue reading

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The Sin of Omission

I was particularly struck by yesterday’s homily, which focused on the two types of sin: the sin of commission and the sin of omission. According to the priest, the sin of commission is when you commit a wrongdoing. The sin … Continue reading

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My Published Poems: "Tin-Tin" and "Pogi"

These poems were published on May 27, 2000 at the “For or By Kids” section of the Philippine Daily Inquirer. How time flies! I was only 28 years old then. Tin-Tin is my niece, now a college graduate who just … Continue reading

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Wonderful Life

Sweet dreams, sleep tight Greet tomorrow with delight. Give your best, don’t hold back Live and learn, never slack. Spread your wings, soar up above Hold on to dreams and savor love. Feel the warmth, God’s cup is full Life … Continue reading

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