Jealousy or envy?

By Shawn Marc Carreon Anger becomes its own foundation, Where hate and greed meet and greet. The scorching sun just adds to the relation, Between hate and greed along the streets. Words were spilled as we tipped over our breath, Was it the truth, or just rundown patience? Jealousy makes me wish I was him, Even if it is just […]

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Looking forward to the future

By Jan Vicente B. Pekas The fight continues for a lot of students as enrollment has just ended and a new semester greets young hopefuls for another round. The calm before the storm will quickly run out when Monday rolls in, signaling the start of the race. I and many others will have mixed feelings swirling inside as we all […]

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Dreams

By Shawn Marc B. Carreon A door without its hinges, in your own little room, Fantasies frolic like June’s summer bloom, Dazed in your own creation, within chirps of cries, Gazing into your own temptations, like love at first sight. Sleeping so deep, so smooth and so sound, Bound to your dreams, it illuminates a crowd. You dive into unknown […]

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Global Warming or Global Boiling?

The term “global warming” was first used in August 1975 in a paper by Wallace Smith Broecker, a geochemist, entitled “Climatic Change: Are We on the Brink of a Pronounced Global Warming?” that was published in the journal Science. Merely forty-eight years later (July 2023), Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, first used the term “global boiling” to refer […]

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Serbisyo Fair

By Danilo P. Padua, PhD The mood was festive, with banderitas hanging all over. People came in droves. Right on the first day, long queues already materialized very early in the morning. It was the 15th iteration of the Serbisyo Fair (caravan if you may) of the Bagong Pilipinas of PBBM, launched in Luneta last Dec, 2023. The Serbisyo Fair […]

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Losing

By Jan Vicente B. Pekas It’s a bitter feeling to swallow when the sports teams you support are losing back to back. You would think that supporting different teams in different sports would result in better chances of the euphoric winning feeling to come to you. Turns out, the chances of ugly losses piling onto each other goes up too. […]

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Patience

By Shawn Marc B. Carreon It wouldn’t matter if it took days, For it’d feel like pay day. If I waited for you, would you wait for me? Nevermind, I’d still do it with glee. Oh how I’ve missed the rains choir, Along with my hopes that go up higher. As the drops turn into masses, It Reflects upon the […]

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Hope for the damaged agricultural soil

By Danilo P. Padua, PhD Sometime in October or November last year, representatives of local biofertilizer organizations resolved to finally establish an organization for the industry. This is to advance the use of biofertilizers, biostimulants and soil ameliorants that are developed or extracted from formerly living organisms, for a more sustainable farming ventures in the long run. This is actually […]

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