100 Days To Transfer

It really felt like a hundred days had pass before Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was finally transferred from the St. Luke’s Medical Center (SLMC) to the Veterans Memorial Medical Center (VMMC). I’ve said a lot already from my previous blog post  “A Very Taxing Transfer to the VMMC” , but because of the significant impact of that day to my life where I was totally glued to the news the whole day (even online reading the tweets of the journalists that I was following), I was inspired to write this poem spontaneously, without looking back to edit, in just a few seconds (just for the fun of it). I’m satisfied with the results.

100 Days To Transfer

The long excruciating wait for many
Media, onlookers, and those watching on TV
Everyone thought it was gonna take forever again
Nakakainis na talaga itong si maarteng Len

Ayaw nilang lumipad sa PNP helicopter
dahil masama daw ang strong rainy weather
Di pwedeng sa chopper dahil wala raw sa usapan
Dapat by road lang lalo ngayong  umuulan

Nababalisa na raw ang amo niyang unano
Kanina pa raw naghihintay sa kaniyang taga-sundo
Ihatid na raw sila agad-agad sa VMMC
Gusto na nilang lisanin ang SLMC

Mag-taxi na lang daw sila para di ma-delay
Nine hours na raw kasi waiting forever and a day
Sabi naman ni Robredo, “Di yan ang ating pinag-usapan, sinungaling kayo!”
Hirit naman ni Valte,  “Akala ko ba may death threat ang inyong amo?”

Buti na lang natuloy din ang kanilang pag-transfer
Sakay silang lahat ng isang malaking coaster
Mga nanonood sa TV ay natuwa at nagpalakpakan
Biyahe mula EDSA hanggang North Avenue ay sinubaybayan

Natapos na naman ang isang kapana-panabik na drama
Sa buhay ng ating magiting na kontrabida na si Gloria
Pero pustahan, malamang, sigurado kinabukasan
May panibago na naman silang kahilingan

Huwag na kasi nating patulan ang sangkatutak nilang reklamo
Di matigil-tigil na pagpuna at pekeng pakitang-tao
Asahan na lang natin na sana’y magtagumpay tayo
Makuha ang hustisyang pangako ni Noynoy Aquino.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. norman v mendoza
    Dec 10, 2011 @ 17:47:33

    Little Boy Blue by: Mother Goose

    Little Boy Blue, Come Blow your Horn
    The sheep’s in the meadow, the cow’s in the corn
    Where’s the little boy that looks after the sheep?
    He’s under the haystack fast asleep
    Will you wake him? No, not I
    For if I do, he will sure to cry…

    that’s the original version..
    oplan Put the Little Girl to Sleep was patterned after this nursery rhyme courtesy of the fertile mind of Ate Len….

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  2. TechnoSpecs
    Dec 10, 2011 @ 23:35:01

    hahaha…instead of a little boy, we have a little girl instead….

    Reply

  3. Laverne Griblin
    Dec 11, 2011 @ 07:32:34

    You can certainly see your skills within the paintings you write. The sector hopes for even more passionate writers like you who are not afraid to mention how they believe. At all times go after your heart. “If you feel yourself falling, let go and glide.” by Steffen Francisco.

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    Dec 25, 2011 @ 03:10:43

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  5. Stanford Desquare
    Dec 25, 2011 @ 04:21:14

    Very interesting topic , regards for posting . “Remember when life’s path is steep to keep your mind even.” by Horace.

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