Guhit ng Talampakan / Lines on the Sole PDF/EPUB ´

Guhit ng Talampakan / Lines on the Sole Guhit ng Talampakan Home Facebook A tagalog phrase which means lines on the sole inspired by Khavn De La Cruz s poetry book of the sam Guhit ng Talampakan Lines on the Sole by Khavn Guhit ng Talampakan Lines on the Sole book Readreviews from the world s largest community for readers Guhit ng Talampakan Home Facebook Guhit ng Talampakan , likestalking about this Blogger Gulit ng Talampakan Lines On The Sole by Khavn Ang Guhit ng Talampakan ay hindi aklat ng mga tula ni Khavn De La Cruz Tulad ng pelikula at musika ni Khavn, ang mga objets d art at anti poemas na ito ay hindi maikakategorya, mahirap ispelengin, at walang kaparis Pete Lacaba Lines On The Sole is not a book of poems by Khavn De La Cruz Lines on the Sole Guhit ng Talampakan ll PhilippinesLines on the Sole Guhit ng Talampakan ll Philippines Travel Filipina travel blogger ll I document my experiences in the Philippines and Southeast Asian destinations through my travel blog Guhit ng Talampakan Guhit ng Talampakan guhitngtalampakan Instagram Followers,Following,Posts See Instagram photos and videos from Guhit ng Talampakan guhitngtalampakan Guhitngtalampakan GUHIT NG TALAMPAKAN guhitngtalampakan profile THE WORLD THROUGH MY LENSES Guhitngtalampakan analysis hosting server is located in Lansing, United Statesis the main ip of this site check whois data, possible contacts and other useful information Not bad at all I think I was still having the hangover from reading a couple of other poetry books that I really enjoyed recently like Christina Rossetti s Goblin Market 4 stars and Allan Popa s Kundi Akala 4 stars If you read books one after the other you know what I mean This explains why some of your friends rave about some books but when you read them yourself, you find them mediocre It could be that you have recently read a better book or you don t have the personal experiences that Not bad at all I think I was still having the hangover from reading a couple of other poetry books that I really enjoyed recently like Christina Rossetti s Goblin Market 4 stars and Allan Popa s Kundi Akala 4 stars If you read books one after the other you know what I mean This explains why some of your friends rave about some books but when you read them yourself, you find them mediocre It could be that you have recently read a better book or you don t have the personal experiences that made your friends relate to the book The latter is what I refer to when I say that you bring your own story to the book that you read You merge the author s with yours while reading and it brings your reading to a higher level and that s when you really enjoy the book.That, in my opinion, is what this book seems to lack When I read a poem, I look for its connection to me Reading poems is different from reading prose In reading a story for example, you have so many words and visualization is easy While you are reading a poem, you have to be quick as the pictures in your mind come as snapshots instantly like when you click a camera with the flash on That s when you recall and distant memory and the emotion that is associated with it Or a friend who experienced the same and what you felt while listening to her Or your dear hometown and the sights, smell and the feeling you had when you were a child Or your parents and how you loved them Or your childhood sweetheart and the joy of falling in love for the first time.This bilingual book of De La Cruz, Lines on the Sole Guhit sa Talampakan is too cerebral for a poetry book for me It is about the different places he d been to The poems are originally written in Tagalog left pages of the book and translated by local poets whose poetry books I ve read and liked I focusedon the original versions De La Cruz s Prior to this book, I ve read two of his other books, Ultraviolins 4 stars and Himagsik ng mga Puno 4 stars and they both in prose are brilliant They are both post modernist and different from the many local books and that made the difference I guess because I sometimes go for different books especially when it comes to novels and short stories.But for poetry, I think I still prefer it to be sentimental, traditional or old fashioned I still prefer poems that speak to me rather than connect to my brain cerebral I want the poems that I read to be personal rather than intellectual One good thing about this poetry book by De La Cruz It is something that you will not hesitate giving out as a gift It looks nice nice cover, white thick pristine paper, definitely no typos and the big time translators, are all here Marne Kilates, Jim Pascual Agustin, Ricardo M De Ungria, Ruel S De Vera, etc Hindi naman kasi kailangan ng mga malalalim na salita para maging makata i feel like this book is crucially lodged in the middle of the Now in Phil Lit and the modernismo where Almario s elaborations ended decades ago Or, what is next after khavn and the likes of him ushering in the postmodern in Phil lit

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