Pagtigi-anay (March 5, 2013)

Samok maning kinabuhi-a,

Puros kontra ning mga tawhana.

Unsaon ta na lang ang ugma,

Kung pagtigi-anay kay kanunay.

 

Daghan man unta ang naa’y maayong hulagway

Pero kining hulagwaya kay mas lago pa sa basura.

Kini siguro tungod sa ilang mga kina-iya –

Mga batasang makapungot,

Nagapangut-ngot –

Sa akong huna-hunang permente gamug-ot.

 

Sila gayod makapungot

Tungod sila permente magbuot

Sa tanang mga uyamot.

Wala ko kabalo kung kamo kabalo

Na ingun ani diay kasamok

Ang mga tawo sa’tong palibot.

 

“Hay…”

Sige man intawon ko’g panghimantay,

Basin ako pud diay isa ka gi-atay

Uban sa mga yating makapungot kanunay.

Pero ayaw kabalaka, basin diay,

Ako mamatay –

Makaikyas ug makagawas

Sa kalibutang puno dili sa kalipay,

Kung dili puno sa pagtigi-anay…

 

I wrote this poem last March 5, 2013, now, I decided to post it here… But I’m still working on my translation so that you can understand what is this all about… 🙂

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One thought on “Pagtigi-anay (March 5, 2013)

  1. Reblogged this on "withDRAWING" and commented:

    This is the translation I made for this poem of mine:
    What a life is this?
    All people are always against.
    What will be tomorrow,
    If conflict is constant?

    Many have beautiful faces,
    But all of these are filthier than garbages.
    Maybe it’s because of their attitude —
    Their irritating attitudes,
    Triggering,
    My mind that always been frowning.

    Yes, they are all irritating
    For they have always been controlling
    The lives of the poor.
    I do not know if you know
    That people around
    are just messy and disordered.

    “Hay!” (Sigh)
    Why am I always judging?
    I might be one of them bullshits.
    One of those shits irritating every time.
    But you need not worry, may be,
    I’ll die,
    And get out, and escape
    From this world full not of happiness
    But of non-stop conflicts…

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