Arts and Literature

  • How To Save Yourself From Computer Addiction

    Without a doubt, computers have become a major asset in this modern society. Not everyone has it but everyone wants access to it. We can't deny the fact that computers are indispensable for work, communication and leisure. However, it is also true that most people use computers wasting a day of their lives playing games or surfing the web. And if you’re having trouble taking your hands off the mouse and keyboard, then the worst ...

    Posted at May 28, 2013 | By : | Categories : Arts and Literature,Blog,Essays,Featured Posts | 0 Comment
  • My College Story

    I couldn’t help but wonder how My life has changed from past to now College years have come and gone With battles fought and friendship won I can’t rethink how I put up A fight with all the hazy crap Reports and quizzes make me see My messy life’s a topsy-turvy At times I’ve longed for high school days When fun chased all my fears away Exams are all but worry-free Not like now, dread won’t leave me be Eye bags pop from ...

    Posted at October 3, 2012 | By : | Categories : Arts and Literature,Poems | 0 Comment
  • Accounting: The Dynamic Language Of Business

    Business, as far as the context of history is concerned, is as primitive as the onset of human civilization. As long as there are societies that will create demand and utilizable resource to satisfy them, the cycle of business is fated immortal. However, it cannot speak for itself. Accounting, being the language of business, is an inseparable science that has confronted a lot of changes through time along with it. As an organized body of ...

    Posted at August 14, 2012 | By : | Categories : Essays | 1 Comment
  • My OJT Experience

    It was a one-sided battle. Without a choice, I had to bid an impermanent goodbye to the idea of home-sweet-home and let a three-unit subject steal my all-set plans for the summer escapade. I was still on the verge of job hunting but it was already preordained that my summer for 2012 will never be the same, thanks to our academic curriculum and its practicum subject, On-The-Job-Training. My memory is still quite lucid to remember how ...

    Posted at August 14, 2012 | By : | Categories : Arts and Literature,Essays | 0 Comment
  • The Top Ten Highest Priced Paintings Of The World (Part 1)

    Do you love paintings? Do you have the obsession to collect every piece you know? Does the smell of their antiquity and prestige tickle your excitement? Or does their aesthetic value fill well your appetite for visual arts? Whatever the reason, the more important question is how far can your wallet go to give in to your cravings? If you think you could get down by the penny, think again. Colleting paintings could be really financially ...

    Posted at August 8, 2012 | By : | Categories : Arts and Literature,Visual Arts | 0 Comment
  • Sonnet 004: Life’s Melody Plucketh On Broken Strings

    1 Life’s melody plucketh on broken strings, 2 When thou visage pulsates songs of passion; 3 Resonating frail music thy tongue springs, 4 Thee’s faltered core of fettered intentions. 5 Through rain I burneth, in thou radiance chill, 6 Thy mind defeats what thy heart embattles; 7 If pain lingers sweet, I benumb to feel, 8 And feed ceaseless bane and boon entangles. 9 Lest thee feeling withers, I recompense, 10 The gaiety of life in thy love’s commend; 11 To abhor the horror, erase ...

    Posted at August 7, 2012 | By : | Categories : Sample Sonnets | 0 Comment
  • Vestige

    A cumulonimbus caused the gloom that day. It went shedding drops of rain that looked like bead of pearls glittering in the grey autumn sky, vanishing as they plunge on leafless laurel trees and solitary cypresses. He watched them dance to pitter-patter on every umbrella that opened towards the heavens, their colors of rich black calling out to such empathy. Finally, the drops kiss the graze of withered grasses and thirsty dandelions, reviving their foliage ...

    Posted at August 4, 2012 | By : | Categories : Short Stories | 3 Comments
  • Silent Treatment

    I was hungry enough to eat the butt end of a skunk.  I felt like gobbling the whole mount of cement that is half an hour closer from becoming a part of my room.  Make that a quarter. I guess my tummy has had enough grumbling, like a seething network of volcanoes ready to devour Hawaii.  I am sure as exhausted as a zombie after a “battle of life and death” handling a plethora of ...

    Posted at August 4, 2012 | By : | Categories : Short Stories | 2 Comments
  • With Flying Colors – 48” x 57” Acrylic on Canvass

    Human beings are indubitably symbolic. We put meanings on almost every aspect of our life be it real or not, lifeless or animate, concrete or metaphysical. We take into account our experiences and learning and encrypt a fiber of the refined memory to an object of choice. Whatever the object is, most of the time, colors work with ...

    Posted at August 3, 2012 | By : | Categories : Featured Posts,Visual Arts | 0 Comment
  • Ming-Ming

    As part of the academic requirements of our Humanities 8 subject, we were tasked to make a reaction paper regarding the play “Ming-Ming,” a renowned and highly acclaimed stage drama of the Integrated Performing Arts Guild (IPAG) of the Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT). It has won prestigious awards and received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. Our expectations for the show were even raised as we took the ticket ...

    Posted at August 3, 2012 | By : | Categories : Arts and Literature,Featured Posts | 2 Comments
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