Tagalog

Mga Utang Niya Gamit Ang Iba Para May Pambayad (In Tagalog Language)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mga Utang Niya Gamit Ang Iba Para May Pambayad (In Tagalog Language)

 

 

Bumili siya at

pinaikot ang lola

Upang magbayad








Author's Notes/Comments: 

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  This poem is an abstract idea and does not pertain to any particular person.  Like most art, they are subject to interpretation, as well.



Reedited on 12.18.2019 02:31:  (I simply had added to the hashtags the following words/phrases:  Tagalog, Tagalog Poetry, Tagalog poem);


 

Walang Matirahan Pati Magulang (In Tagalog W/ English And Or Taglish Language)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walang Matirahan Pati Magulang (In Tagalog With English And Or Taglish Language)

 

 

Mga binili

nawala parang bula

"Shh ka, kapatid!"—








Author's Notes/Comments: 

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  This poem is an abstract idea and does not pertain to any particular person (i.e., like most art, they are subject to interpretation, as well).



Reedited on 12.18.2019 02:34:  (I simply had added to the hashtags the following words/phrases:  Tagalog, Tagalog Poetry, Tagalog poem);

 

 

Reedited/emended/revised/reupdated on 12.17.2019: The particular language that was used for the poem, in the title, was reedited & or corrected, as well, just to be more specific & in order to denote the intended meaning properly, my real intention, & for clarifying that aspect in general.


Mayamang Tao (In Tagalog Language)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayamang Tao (In Tagalog Language)

 

 

Hirap wakasan

binabayarang bata

hatol ng korte—








Author's Notes/Comments: 

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  This poem is an abstract idea and does not pertain to any particular person.  Like most art, they are subject to interpretation, as well.



Reedited on 12.18.2019:  (I simply had added to the hashtags the following words/phrases:  Tagalog, Tagalog Poetry, Tagalog poem.)

Pagkapit Sa Patalim (In Tagalog And Filipino Or Taglish Language)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pagkapit Sa Patalim

(In Tagalog And Filipino Or Taglish Language)



Condong binili

Gumawa ng paraan

—Utang nang utang








Author's Notes/Comments: 

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  This poem is an abstract idea and does not pertain to any particular person (i.e., like most art, they are subject to interpretation, as well).




Reedited on 05.19.2020  19:41  (I correcred a misspelled/mistyped "conding" when it should have been "condong", which refers to a condominium unit, "condo" with the Tagalog "linker na/-ing in the Filipino language.)


Below is the unedited form:


Conding binili

Gumawa ng paraan

—Utang nang utang




Reedited on 12.18.2019 02:50:  (I simply had added to the hashtags the following words/phrases:  Tagalog, Tagalog Poetry, Tagalog poem, & a minor size-leveling of the main poem that previously had a much smaller font size for its title compared to the body.);

 

 

Reedited/emended/revised/reupdated on 12.17.2019 (The particular language that was used for the poem, in the title, was reedited & or corrected, as well, just to be more specific & in order to denote the intended meaning properly, my real intention, & for clarifying that aspect in general.)


Naghari-harian Sa Bahay Ng Iba (In Tagalog Language)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Naghari-harian Sa Bahay Ng Iba (In Tagalog Language)

 

 

Bahay ng iba

Inangkin, parang hari

Nagmatigas pa!








Author's Notes/Comments: 

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  This poem is an abstract idea and does not pertain to any particular person (i.e., like most art, they are subject to interpretation, as well).



Reedited on 12.18.2019 02:57:  (I simply had added to the hashtags the following words/phrases:  Tagalog, Tagalog Poetry, Tagalog poem.);



Reedited on 12.18.2019:  (A mistyped/misconceived sentence error, a capitalization error in the verse, the first line of my poem's "Bahay ng Iba", was supplanted for "Bahay ng iba". It was possible that I had made the error for mistaking "Iba" because of a subconscious false notion of the parallel in the title which has the same structure as from my first line, but each having capital letters for the first letters, as in the title of the poem.);


 

Reedited/emended/revised/reupdated on 12.17.2019 (The particular language that was used for the poem, in the title, was reedited & or corrected, as well, just to be more specific & in order to denote the intended meaning properly, my real intention, & for clarifying that aspect in general.)


Ahas At Tao

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ahas at Tao

 

Ano? Kamandag?

Masamang ninanais,

nalaman ko na!—








Author's Notes/Comments: 

This is a self-directed study of Japanese "haiku" poems which I've been doing for some time now (as exampled in some of the poems listed here).  However, it was, in fact, written in another language.   This was still structured as a basic Japanese haiku of seventeen syllables, but by my current usage of Filipino/Tagalog language (yet another language group, one that is also widely used among the supposed "175" ones that are also spoken formally/informally in the Philippine archipelago), I thought that this could somehow aid in my informal studies.  I think this lets me examine the nuanced approaches to those elements in the free creation of "language" that are generally believed to be involved in the wide plethora of linguistic phenomena (as in the field of Linguistics itself).  This is only a practice poem to brush up on my Tagalog language skills & thereby learn from its subliminal, or nuanced, linguistic turn in the process (e.g., to denote its interrelation to semantics & intentionality: Kriegel, Searle, Quine, et al).  I only have tried to come up with these Filipino haikus for that sake, the stated initial purpose, but, secondarily, for my own personal applications as a firsthand experiencer.  During the last, while cross-referencing some of my notes, there are actually other Filipino haikus that were already existing (I recently have just discovered); and these were found online which also have their own particular haiku structures.  Thank you for reading on!