Filipino Literature

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Two Poems by Alfred A. Yuson

It wasn’t as if he made it a habit / looking over other manly shoulders.

Two Poems by Ricardo M. de Ungria

Half-mad in half-illumination
lives the city’s unborn portion.

Two Poems by Ma. Luisa Aguilar-Cariño

You seek her out in the noonday sun,

Two Poems by Lina Sagaral Reyes

First Lesson
I apprentice to an old woman

Two Poems by Joy T. Dayrit

Newly carved
Of wood and ivory,

Two Poems by Emmanuel Lacaba

Pateros Blues

All I the brat of eight the brat of Death

Two Poems by Danton Remoto

Corpus Delicti
(After the Sandiganbayan decision on the Aquino assassination)

tongues of many tongues: Filipino Poetry by Luis Francia

The gunshot marriage between the Philippines and imperial America lasted barely less than half a century, from 1898 to 1946, but that union—bizarre, unjust, rarely felicitous—meant the imposition/introduction of yet another Western tongue to those islands.

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