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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Daybreak Breakdown

They were dancing slowly while gazing at each other's eyes.

Ngunit kailangan kong indahin ang lamig ng gabi

They stopped then he raised his hands to touch his face and let him feel the warmth of his love.

Ngunit kailangan kong tanggapin na wala ka na sa tabi

Slowly he rested his head on his shoulders and they continued to dance.

“Nag-iisa, wala ka na

He hugged him as if saying, “Don’t worry. I will be here for you.”

Wala ka na, nag-iisa

His angel like face replied without words, “But I won’t.”


I know a fight will be proven futile. The blade reached its aim and my veins consumed all venom. I am going down appropriately for all the time I showed the world a tough front, I know deep within I am weak. With my armor stripped off I wallow into the dark pit of desolation.

***lyrics from Noel Cabangon's "Nag-iisa, Wala ka na" - Daybreak -OST


dabo said...

sa totoo lang wala pa akong napapanood na gay film except sa porn

sentient stuck-up said...

painfully romantic...would a drink help?

Anonymous said...


I forgot who said this - "The only happy gay is a dead gay."

Care to refute?

joaqui_miguel said...

@dabo - you should try to watch some pink films. They are interesting and at some point you surely can relate in one way or the other to some of characters in them.

@sentien stuck-up: I just realized that drinking will just make me bloated instead of relieved. hehehe But i will not refuse a bottle or two if it means few hours of conversation with you. ;)

@carlo: There's still hope. I know we can still be happy. (fingers crossed) We just have to look into the right places and appreciate the little happiness that's around us, example people like you reading my blog. :)

dabo said...

alang bago.. busy..

anyhow.. cheers!

enegue said...

i have this song joaqui :) i love it. iniyakan ko din ito, pero mas matindi ang biglaan ng 6 sickle mind para sa akin. :) tagos yung lyrics e. it happened just like that, biglaan.