Biography of MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
I love poetry there is no doubt about it.
I was born in a poor family
but nurtured with humility,
Tendered and cared with simplicity
by parents whose hands showed me
the joy of life and all its glory
amidst great life pains along the way
of making me a man, I am today
as a lover of peace and harmony
as an advocate of nature's ecology
and a soul searching God's beauty.
I am presently residing at Tabuk, Kalinga, Philippines and presently working at the Department of Trade and Industry as a senior specialist.However, I was born at Saliok, Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines to a poor family. I was able to finish my degree of Bachelor of Science in Commerce, major in Accounting and management at St. Mary's University, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines as an scholar of the National integration Study Grant Program (NISGP) sponsored by the Department of Education and National Student Loan Center, Philippines. I owed my success to my parents unending support, love and concern to my every undertaking. I also earned my Master of Public Adminstration (MPA) at Kalinga-Apayao State College.
I entered the government service since 1991 after earning my degree. I was once a clerk, college instructor, financial analyst and as a training and program specialist at the Department of Trade and Industry where I am now connected.
I may not have Sharepares's tongue
That can elicit the winds commands
But I have a heart and a sublime mind
That can go even far what is beyond
To bring the light of my magical wand
To inspire and give joy to anyone.
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Tabuk, Kalinga, Philippines
MELVIN BANGGOLLAY's Works:
I have not published any book so far but i have shared some of my poems to the internet particularly to www.lovepoemsnandpoetry.com/kalinga or www.poetryvista.com/kalinga
MELVIN BANGGOLLAY Poems
I Am A Filipino
I AM A FILIPINO Melvin Banggollay
A Love Went Wrong
The sun keep on shining high With sweet and tender smiles As melody of rhythm fill the sky with scents of joy more than mile.
A Love That Endures
A LOVE THAT ENDURES Melvin Banggollay
Ullalim, The Epic Of Love Of The Maducay...
ULLALIM, THE EPIC OF LOVE OF THE MADUCAYAN By Melvin Banggollay Jr. An ullalim epic is a traditional music and poetry form of the Philippines. These are long chanted stories passed down for hundreds of years that tell the exploits of heroes. They are classics of the Malayo-Polynesian language family. The most skilled poets would memorize epic cycles that took two to four days to recite during all-night dramatic performances. Two examples of precolonial (before the Spanish came) epics that survive today are Biag ni Lam-ang (Legend of Lamang) in Ilocano (a northern Luzon dialect) and Ibalon in Bicol (a southern Luzon dialect) . The term ullalim is sometimes used today to refer to that style of song, but the real ullalim is the epic poem of the Kalinga people. An article I read says that the singer would dress up in brilliant, flashy clothes like the hero described in the story.
Only You-English (Ikaw Lamang-Tagalog) ...
ONLY YOU (IKAW LAMANG) (SIKSIKA LAENG) english Tagalog Ilokano Melvin Banggollay
A Breath Without A Life
We need to breath to live to see the the birds to fly To feel the wind to leave To let our dreams go by
A Burning Mountain
A BURNING MOUNTAIN Melvin Banggollay Early morning, I greeted the day with smile
Freedom Is, Freedom Is Never
FREEDOM IS..., FREEDOM IS NEVER Melvin Banggollay FREEDOM IS:
A Teacher's Prayer
Heavenly Father, unto thee I fervently offer My gratitude for the blessings you've delivered Unto me who behold a life of a humble teacher For without thy grace and mercy for me a sinner
A Child's Prayer
A CHILD'S PRAYER Melvin Banggollay
Accounting Of Love
ACCOUNTING OF LOVE Melvin Banggollay
Be A Star To Others
BE A STAR TO OTHERS Melvin Banggollay
A Tribute To A Leader
A TRIBUTE to a LEADER Ex. B.Captain NOEL WANASON by: melvin banggollay
A Poem For A Day
A POEM FOR A DAY Melvin Banggollay
Lament Of A Lonely Soul
LAMENT OF A lonely SOUL
M-y life have seen the pestilence
of the serenity of deep silence
that truly devoured my patience
blinding my eyes great resilience.
E-verytime I close thy own eyes