May 25, 2005


(Bohol -  a tour after our youth organization's biennial convention)

Trying hard to reach out
But when I tried to speak out
Felt like no one could hear me
Wanting to belong here
But something felt so wrong here
So I prayed I could break away

May 24, 2005

lets volt in

We have the yearning
To do what is best,
be someone special from all of the rest.
Nation and brothers in unity
building tomorrow, for you and for me.
We are the world of the restless and young,
And we need a hand to guide us,
Helping each other,
build each other as long as were together you and me.

May 4, 2005

tuko in the city

'tu..ko... tu..ko... .. mmm... yummy.. sssarap ng lamok...'

May 2, 2005


When we are out there in the dark
We'll dream about the sun
In the dark we'll feel the light
Warm our hearts, everyone

If we hold on together
I know our dreams will never die
Dreams see us through to forever
As high as souls can fly
The clouds roll by
For you and I


Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear may be ever so near
That's the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what's the use of crying
You'll find that life is still worthwhileIf you just...
Smile, though your heart is aching
Smile, even though it's breaking
When there are clouds in the sky
You'll get by...

May 1, 2005


You are my light
You're the lamb upon my feet
All the time my Lord I need You there
You are my light
I cannot live alone
Let me stay By Your guiding love
All through my life Lead me Lord.....

waiting for godot

The play, Waiting For Godot, is centred around two men, Estragon and Vladimir, who are waiting for a Mr. Godot, of whom they know little. Estragon admits himself that he may never recognize Mr. Godot, "Personally I wouldn't know him if I ever saw him." (p.23). Estragon also remarks, "… we hardly know him." (p.23), which illustrates to an audience that the identity of Mr. Godot is irrelevant, as little information is ever given throughout the play about this indefinable Mr. X. What is an important element of the play is the act of waiting for someone or something that never arrives. Western readers may find it natural to speculate on the identity of Godot because of their inordinate need to find answers to questions. Beckett however suggests that the identity of Godot is in itself a rhetorical question. It is possible to stress the for in the waiting for …: to see the purpose of action in two men with a mission, not to be deflected from their compulsive task.

" Estragon: … Let's go.

Vladimir: We can't.

Estragon: Why not?

Vladimir: We're waiting for Godot."