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Oct 21st
Thanks, Romy Marquez PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 12 November 2010 17:02
Pareng Romy, Maraming salamat. I was kilig to death. On the things you said about me, that is. I was touched, pare. I read your story over and over and again and again. Pare, you're really a fine writer. Your sentences were so simple, yet so elegantly written. No doubt, written by a pro and a true journalist. Reading your "news" is like reading poetry. And I sh--t you not. You also have depth. Because you were able to fathom two personalities, especially my personality and made comparisons to the other personality ... and you hit right the nail right on the head, ika nga. For sure, what you write and HOW you write is what you are as a person. Too bad and too sad, but up to now, "Pareng Don" had not responded to my overtures of friendship. My extended hand had remained extended and "un-grasped." Perhaps his wounds and hurts are so deep that it's difficult for him to heal and come around from his stupor. My hand, my empty hand, will remain extended until then. Once again, Pareng Romy, salamat. Jesse Jose Seattle, WA

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