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Estremelenggoles [PDF / EPUB] Estremelenggoles Saludo sa Makata ng SigloIpinahayag na Pambansang Alagad ng Sining para sa Panitikan National Artist for Literature nitong 2003 si Rio Alma sagisag panulat sa tula ni Virgilio S Almario Sa buong siglo Saludo sa Makata ng SigloIpinahayag na Pambansang Alagad ng Sining para sa Panitikan National Artist for Literature nitong si Rio Alma sagisag panulat sa tula ni Virgilio S Almario Sa buong siglo siya at si Amado V Hernandez pa lamang ang manunulat sa Filipino na kinilalang Pambansang Alagad ng Sining.

  • Paperback
  • 86 pages
  • Estremelenggoles
  • Virgilio S. Almario
  • Filipino; Pilipino
  • 10 September 2015

About the Author: Virgilio S. Almario

Virgilio S Almario better known by his pen name Rio Alma is a Filipino artist poet critic translator editor teacher and cultural manager He is a National Artist of the PhilippinesGrowing up in Bulacan among peasants Almario sought his education in Manila and completed his degree in AB Political Science at the University of the Philippines A prolific writer he spearheaded the secon.



10 thoughts on “Estremelenggoles

  1. says:

    Estremelenggoles magkabila'y may tulis is like the double edged sword of Damocles or the two faced Janus Through his well written poems National Artist of the Philippines Rio Alma aka Virgilio S Almario shows us the many ironies in life It's subtitle shows us an example Bakit ang Dami Nang Gamot Dumarami Pa ang Sakit Why is it that there are many medicines yet health problems are increasingFor further examples try to Google translate the poem Estremelenggoles below Or wait for my friend Emir who wants me to hire him as my translator for the poems that I type and share with you This poem is uote long and I don't want to spoil your fun but here are the first two stanzas Puro langaw sa palengkePuro daga sa bodegaDumarami ang rebeldeHumahaba'ng mga pilaEstremelenggolesAalsa ang masaKaya Hari'y nagpatawagNg pulong ng gabinete;Nagpapayo nagpaulatPagkatapos ang sinabiEstremelenggolesBombahin ang peste The irony in the first paragraph seems to be the ueue getting longer that is a sign of people having discipline to them also raising arms against the government In the second stanza the irony is not yet apparent as the story in the poem is an irony in itself the king is not able to solve the uprising and yet the pestilence is contained The other poem that I enjoyed is entitled Ambahan ni Huwan Binimbol that is another story poem This time it's about a poor farm boy named Huwan Juan who is so clever he is able to send himself to school Here is the opening stanza of the poem Juan be nimbleJuan be uickJuan jump overThe candlestickNang si Huwan BinimbolAy bata pa raw pastolSakay man ng kalabawBinabasa ang buhayNina Johnson at LincolnKababaryo'y humangaSa talino't tiyagaKaya't kanyang naisipUtak koy di pambukidAt signugba'ng Maynila But my favorite among all the poems in this book is the last one entitled Dugtung Dugtong na Tugma Continuing Rhymes because of its playfulness and its use of the local childhood rhymes and verses that I used to sing or recite when I was a young boy playing with my friends in the province Here are some of the lines 123Ang tatay mong kalboNasira ang uloSa utang at bagyo123Ang nanay ni MarieTrabaho sa gabiWalang pantiAle aleng namamayongIsukog mo itong sanggolPagdating sa WashingtonIpagpalit mo ng epolMama amang namamangkaIsakay mo itong bataPagtwad ng mga baklaIpagpalit ng kutsintaIkot ikot estatwaIkot ikot taya kaPagbilang ng tatlo buksan mo ang mataHanapin ang ama hanapin ang inaHanapin ang ugat ng mga desgrasyaKung walang makitang ni Kano ni behoTatanda ka batang may tae sa uloWan plas wanSi Juan TambanMalaki ang tiyanHangin ang lamanTu plas tuSumunod sa usoTri plas triIsangla ang puriPor plas porSumakay sa baporPayb plas paybPagdating sa gitna saka ka dumaybAy Islaw PalitawLulubog lilitawButi pa ang pariBanal ang pusaliButi pa ang hariBusog sa kanduliAng sabi ni IngkongKung ganito ka noon at ganito rin ngayonSiguradong ganito ka rin sa habang panahon Isn't that last one nice? Rio Alma seems to have gone back to his own childhood and he tried to incorporate the political and social realities in our life I particularly like the last two stanzas where Rio Alma made some direct references to the church pari and state hari The sad reality of the similarities of the times before noon and now ngayon is stressed in the last stanza That if these were the situations before and these are still the situations now Rio Alma is saying that these situations will stay with us forever Very true unless of course we do something about them

  2. says:

    Kung ako'y magiging matapat hindi ko lubos naintindihan o nakuha ang mensahe ng bawat tulang napaloloob sa koleksyong ito dahil sa simpleng rason na hindi ako matatas sa lenggwaheng sariling atin Nakakalungkot man isipin ngunit ito ay isang katotohanan Sa mga tulang tingin ko'y aking naunawaan mabigat ang pagkakabanggit ni Rio Alma sa mga problema sa lipunan Makailang beses niya pang sinabi na tayo'y hindi uunlad kung di tayo magbabago Ipinakita niya din ang mga pinagdaraanan sa araw araw ng isang regular na mamayang Pilipino na pilit man nating ipagbalewala ay sadyang nangyayari at mangyayari Ipagkalat natin na iisa tayo at may iisa tayong layunin

  3. says:

    I liked it It reminded me of the hard times especially from the stories I heard in the Visayas But too much political implosion is not good for me maybe that is why I cannot rave on the poems of the National Artist

  4. says:

    Paperback First 86 pagesExpected publication 2204 by Anvil Publishing Inc first published 2004Original TitleEstremelenggolesISBN 971271473XEdition LanguageFilipino; PilipinoOther EditionsNone foundAll Editions | Add a New Edition | Combine

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