Treasure Island

marcia diego


K’s Ng Buhay (katugma, Kaugnay, Katapat, Kahulugan)


Liwanag ang sa dilim
Ligaya ang sa lungko
Tulong sa nangangailan
Aruga sa maysakit

Lakas sa nanghihina
Positibo sa negatibo
Mahinahon sa marahas
Patawad sa nagkasala

Pag-akay sa nalilihis ng landas
Paggabay sa marurupok
Tiwala sa matatapat
Biyaya sa Pinagpapala!

Para saan kaya ang buhay?
Saan kaya ito nakaugnay?
Sa mahaba o sa maikli?
Sa saya ba o sa lungkot?

Talaga nga naman ang buhay…
Mahirap matukoy ang kaugnay,
Basta ang tangi kong alam.,
BIYAYA ito ng Makapal!

Submitted: Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 26, 2013

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K’s ng Buhay
(katugma, kaugnay, katapat, kahulugan)
Ni
Marcia E. Diego
Head Teacher 111, GCCNHS, Gingoog City

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