Veteran Poet - 1,139 Points (11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

Credits Begets Credits - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

C-omitment a virtue NGO must possess
As conduit of DTI's credit assistances;
A value which they must strongly manifest
As trusted partner of DTI's social services

R-esponsibility connotes that they must be
Responsive to our livelihood mandates
Relative to the extended credit facilities
Like in sustaining favorable repayment rate.

E-nthusiasm, is indeed another ingridient
Which our partners must have to incorporate
In managing their various lines of business
While protecting their members interests.

D-edication, a genuine collateral that entails
The NGO's unselfishness and willingness
To take part in the nation's ardent quest
For global excellence and competitiveness.

I-interest which in business logically means
The cost added in using a loan fund given
In real sense, it means the NGO's dynamism
To repay our trust and confidence to them.

T-rust embodies our faith and confidence
To the NGO's credibility and personality;
A credit security which they must not stain
To be worthy partners of nation building.

S-elf reliance, a goal which they must achieve
To be more competent and effective
In bringing forth the light of progress
In alleviating poverty in the countryside.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 5, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011

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