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He simply lived each day as it came.”—Manuel (01/20/09, Ricafrente, B) The colorful sketch of Manuel’s life (Awil) by Ibalon’s Bambi Ricafrente resurrected my memory of Artful Dodger, the smart petty robber in Charles Dicken’s moving story of Oliver Twist (1838). Ok, sikapin na alalahanin hanapin ang karatulang may tanda ng identidad. He did not bother to get employment anywhere, join his peasant neighbors reap palay for local landowners during the harvest season, weave weed baskets for local middlemen in the lean months like his neighbors did, or sell rice biscuits or puto in nearby cities for extra income. Sinubukan kong i-Google minsan ang humba dahil naalala ko ang masarap na pork humba sa Rodic’s sa eskwelahang pinangungulilahan ko.

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He simply lived each day as it came.”—Manuel (01/20/09, Ricafrente, B) The colorful sketch of Manuel’s life (Awil) by Ibalon’s Bambi Ricafrente resurrected my memory of Artful Dodger, the smart petty robber in Charles Dicken’s moving story of Oliver Twist (1838).

The clever pubescent Dodger introduced gullible Oliver into the world of stealing headed by the old merry patron Fagin in the dark dingy slums of London.

In all of them, the antagonism between good and evil must really be fought relentlessly until the last.

If one stands on Awil’s shoe, the forbearance to survive pulsates at a rate and vibrancy of a baby’s racy heart.

The popular English author of Victorian vintage had A Tale of Two Cities, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, Bleak House, Nicholas Nickleby, The Pickwick Papers, and A Christmas Carol among his great works.

(Photo Credit: Charles Dickens PD; George Cruikshank x 2 PD) ============================================================ Despite his poverty, Awil had a happy disposition. He did not bother to get employment anywhere, join his peasant neighbors reap palay for local landowners during the harvest season, weave weed baskets for local middlemen in the lean months like his neighbors did, or sell rice biscuits or puto in nearby cities for extra income. Innocent smiles, beautiful faces, a picture almost two decades old, a survivor of harsh days, flash floods and thunderbolts, blown-up to fit a 10 x 12 inch frame. I felt like everyone else—-my children and the neighbors were still asleep as soft rain languidly fell from the overcast sky. Though the GREEN leaves were a-plenty and the trees were noisy with the breeze, I wondered where the color of INDIGO I could find. He had been orphaned by his Filipino father soon after his birth in January 1900 in Albay, a Philippine province famed as much for the majestic Mount Mayon as for its dishes done in generous amounts of coconut milk and the hottest of peppers – the siling labuyo.”—Antero (12/17/08, Ricafrente, B) Many lives go their usual pace until they reach terminus without being written; their unchronicled mundane beauty are regrettably lost forever. Posted in the blog, her scintillating story cuts across an extraordinary Bicol experience. Noong unang linggo namin dito, sinubukan naming gawing Amerikano ang aming tiyan. Sari-saring tunog ang nililikha ng mga tiyan namin. From the depths of my senses, a voice whispered a line from a poem: “Close your eyes to see it! The deservedly admired work effectively knocks open the door of our soul—as if we’re back home again for a holiday.—mesiamd(12/17/08) RELATED Bl OG: “Isang nakakatuwang kwento ng isang Ibalonian ng napunta siya at ang kanyang kapatid sa Gallup, New Mexico. Tutal, pagyayabang namin sa sarili namin, sanay naman tayong kumain ng Jollibee at Mcdonald’s sa Pilipinas. Nasanay na kaming gumamit ng mainit na tubig sa pagligo sa halip ng dati ay hinahanap-hanap na malamig na tubig na pampaalis ng banas sa Pilipinas. Nasanay na rin kaming umasa sa microwave na nabili namin sa halagang sa isang yard sale: pampainit ng tubig, ng kaning lamig at tirang ulam.The clever pubescent Dodger introduced gullible Oliver into the world of stealing headed by the old merry patron Fagin in the dark dingy slums of London. Doon namin naalala na usapin rin ng identidad ang panlasa. Dahil iniisip namin tiyak na may patis dito, kailangan lang nating matuklasan kung nasaang aisle.

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