An diklom ni Maria

It's been a while since my last post. Sometimes, it's hard to balance work and hobby the way one tries to balance a newspaper on one hand and a 10 kilogram rice while treading a four-inch thick wet rice paddy. But of course, Biklish is lucky for having friends who regularly visit and drop some … Continue reading An diklom ni Maria

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Dagdag na Rawit-dawit

[Additional pieces of "rawit-dawit" both from Mr. Jessel Basanta.] Bituon asin Panginoron tara bituon kan banggui haen ka ngonyan? baga tangis an tao sa panganoron na sugo mo uran nahuhulog sa sakong payo… Repeki tukdoan mo ako magrokyaw mantang natatahuban nin tangis sa tangraw kan banggui nakaduko sa sakong plauta arog kan mga doot sa … Continue reading Dagdag na Rawit-dawit

The Imperials in Bicol History (Part III)

[2G: The Generation ... con't] Seeing their cousins perform well in politics, the sons of David and Elias also tried to make their respective names in the province. The first of these is Felix, the son of Elias, who vied for a Congressional post in the Second District of Albay in 1919, and the other … Continue reading The Imperials in Bicol History (Part III)

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[Let's take a break from the monotony of essays. Ad lib ba. Below is a contribution from our reader who hides in the name of UBS.] muro by: Mr. Jessel Basanta an sakong muro tiriko habo magtubod sa dunong habo magsurat nin pagkamoot an plauta ko man nasuba palso an mga nota habo irokyaw an … Continue reading muro