Despite Storms and Darkness (Though It May Be Stormy and Dark) is one of the earliest Tagalog poems ever to be published. It was in a book printed in the year 1605. The poet is unknown.
Arguably the most insightful poem written in any language about the nature of money. Penned in Tagalog by the prolific Filipino poet Jose Corazon de Jesus.
This Tagalog poem about how important a role Filipino laborers play in Philippine society was written by Jose Corazon de Jesus.
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Tagalog poem written by Jose Corazon de Jesus
The Tagalog poem Agaw Dilim was written by Filipino poet José Corazón de Jesús, who was known as Huseng Batute. The term agaw-dilim literally means “snatching darkness” or “grasping darkness” — it refers to twilight.