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nasaan na ang pangako
bakit itoy naglaho
kala ko di ka susuko
ngayon ikaw ay nagbago

nasaan na ang kalayaan
pangako moy walang hanggan
tumutulo na ang mga luha
pagkat pangako moy di ko na makita

kalayaan koy hangad
pangako moy di na sapat
tumigil na ang pag-inog ng mundo
hanggang dito na lang tayo

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The following comments are for "Pangako"
by yellowpaintedsky

How can I enjoy the meaning behind these words?
Can you post an English version of this or at least direct your readers to some resource on the web that allows us to translate? Sorry for not speaking your language. What language is it?

( Posted by: Tamir [Member] On: September 29, 2005 )

Tamir, the language used is one of the many languages in the archipelago known as the Philippines.

Yellowpaintedsky, good to have another filipino here writing. I'm a better writer in English but I do appreciate Tagalog writes (especially poems). I'd translate it myself but I can't directly translate "pag-inog" I can only guess by context. (Now I understand my near failing score in Filipino. Hahaha) I wonder how beautiful this would look in alibata...

( Posted by: maimai [Member] On: September 29, 2005 )

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