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I looked up at him suddenly

Tagalog

nilaputan

Last Update: 2019-10-18
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There are times When I just want to look at your face With the stars in the night There are times When I just want to feel your embrace In the cold of the night I just cant believe that you are mine now You were just a dream that I once knew I never thought I would be right for you

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Tagalog

Last Update: 2020-05-06
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A Negro came into the station— naka African hairdo; he holds a small whip: it’s scary to look, so I did not look at him. Kumakalansing

Tagalog

Ang isang Negro ay dumating sa istasyon na naka-istilong African; siya ay may hawak na maliit na latigo: nakakatakot na tumingin, kaya hindi ko siya tiningnan. Kumakalansing

Last Update: 2018-07-03
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Being spotted in the color of skin, why I take care in San Francisco, waiting for the bus to Iowa. They say racial prejudice is strong, Negros and not whites kawawa, and because of this they will revolt. I shiver and shiver from fear and hunger because I just landed from Tokyo. A Negro came into the station— naka African hairdo; he holds a small whip: it’s scary to look, so I did not look at him. Kumakalansing the metal on the strings of his shoes and he shouts, “Peace, brothers!” Smi

Tagalog

Ang pagiging batik-batik sa kulay ng balat, bakit ako nag-aalaga sa San Francisco, naghihintay para sa bus sa Iowa. Sinabi nila na ang pagtatangi ng lahi ay malakas, ang Negros at hindi maputi ang kawawa, at dahil dito sila ay mag-aalsa. Umiling ako at umiling mula sa takot at gutom dahil nakarating lang ako sa Tokyo. Isang Negro ang pumasok sa istasyon - naka African hairdo; may hawak siyang isang maliit na latigo: nakakatakot ang hitsura, kaya hindi ako tumingin sa kanya. Kumakalansing ang metal sa tali ng kanyang sapatos at sumigaw siya, "Kapayapaan, mga kapatid!" Smi

Last Update: 2019-11-25
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kawawa, and because of this they will revolt. I shiver and shiver from fear and hunger because I just landed from Tokyo. A Negro came into the station— naka African hairdo; he holds a small whip: it’s scary to look, so I did not look at him. Kumakalansing the metal on the strings of his shoes and he shouts, “Peace, brothers!” Smiled showing white teeth. Looked at me— maybe he laughed at what he saw— a tiny dayuhan, dark and from some lupalog. Upside down my insides went in fright and pulled a cigarette so the redness of my face wouldn’t show. I nahalata that the Whites there too were quiet so quiet, unable to speak in front of that Negro. Only when he left returned the normalcy in the station—others read again, neighbors gossiped again, laughter, the janitor sweeped again. After a while that Negro passed again two white Americanas on each arm, blonde, their beauty with no equal. The janitor stopped sweeping. I thought, “So this is racial prejudice.”

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Last Update: 2018-07-03
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My Most Embarrassing MomentThe most embarrassing moment of my sophomore year was how I earned my nick name, Crash. It all started right after school when I turned on to the busiest street by the school. First I pulled up right behind this truck at a stop sign. After a second, a fellow older student told me that I was really close and that I was going to hit the truck in front of me. At the moment I was trying to tell the kid that I was giving a ride to to get back in the car because he was hanging out the window. Since I was distracted, I thought the long line of traffic had started to move, but it hadn’t. In the blink of an eye I hit the back of the truck in front of me. The devastation sunk in. I was so worried that I damaged the truck, but all that I did was scratch his bumper. Lucky for him! Then it came time to look at my car. My car was ruined. The hood was buckled, the front end was pushed back, and my headlights were broken. Humiliated and scared, I still had to drive my totaled care home. During School that year, I never did hear the end of what had happened that day.

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Last Update: 2017-09-01
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