Pagbitaw is a tagalog poem written and shared by Vanessa Enfectana to The Ugly Writers for the month of March 2020. Pagbitaw Nakatitig sayong mga mata Malinaw na nakikita Pero nandyan ka pa nga bang talaga O nadadala…
Do you still remember those memories we had? Are you still telling others about me? It's just sad how this story of us becomes a legend.
Everyone will leave you, either by choice or by death and the only thing left is you. You will always be there for yourself with whatever decision or even with death.
I've learned a huge lesson in life. That happiness should not depend on a man nor to anyone. It should be from deep within. Your happiness should be yourself.
Go with the flow and do not let the waves take you down or drown you. Whatever happens, swim. You'll be alright! The storm will be over soon.
My eyes are ordinary but you can see the truth from it. It is a clear well of who I am inside.
This year has been really tricky, it taught me so many things in life. I've been through so many adventures and obstacles. The road has been rocky but it is all worth it.
It took me a while before I decided to write this note. I told myself that after all the tears, I should be able to stand again. And here I am writing for the last time; hoping that this letter…
I regret the day I pushed you away, when all I wanted for you is to stay. And no matter how hard I cry, I can no longer bring back the old you and I.
As the first-ever entry for the August theme, nothing gets more depressing than writing a poem about missed shots to the man who can't be named.