Monday, August 28, 2017

Always Kubeta Ph: Your Toilet Guide

     Ever experienced having that urge of going to the nearest toilet as fast as you can simply because you stomach went diabolically in sane? How was it? Did it go well? Or it became a horrible experience? 

     Here in the Philippines, public toilet isn't that good in general. That is why you have to be smart in bringing your toiletries with you. You also need to be good at knowing where to go when that digestive system of yours went crazy. If you are a tourist and you are not familiar with where best to go for a minute or so of having that satisfying public toilet experience, then you got to follow this new page in town! The page is called "Always Kubeta Ph" and the admin call themselves "Comfort Room Bloggers". Yep, that is new! 
     Always Kubeta Ph was established a week ago and since then, it has been receiving double taps from those, who can relate from that [need]. The page has been featuring the best and the worst public toilets accompanied with humorous quips from the writers themselves. The page also features TV series/movie memes that were wittily made. Always Kubeta Ph is a quick reminder that one has to be smart when leaving home simply because not all public toilets are friendly for one's needs.
     The page's first post was a quote that says,

"Comfort room blogging begins when food blogging ends."

     That debut post gave away what spectators need to expect from this page. And since then, different pages and personalities came in and joined the fun by simply following this page. I'm a self-confessed fan of Always Kubeta Ph and my duty here is to spread the news and not to give away what's inside of this precious treasure. You have to discover it for yourself. How? Search for @alwayskubetaph on IG, check it out, read the content, double tap those postings, and click follow.

     Enjoy reading and happy pooping!

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Artistmat Goes Haiku

     Been busy for these past few months and my mind has been preoccupied with so many things to think about. My journey of creating more poetry and prose has been put on hold. Never been able to give my all out imagination in delivering you bits and pieces of my wandering mind. 

     Staying at home for more than three days because of the inclement weather condition made me consider haiku. The structure of haiku fits perfectly for someone like me, who's trapped inside a dungeon called "writers' block". I tried one, then tried another, then it went on and on. Now, I'm enjoying the comfort of making haiku. 

Here are my works:
Droplets from above
Kissing the planet in pain.
Washing away hate.

Mighty sun came in.
Showering his existence
To this crying world.

Whistling breeze crawling;
Covering the land of greens;
Conquering the night.

Trees gently swaying,
In rhyme with our melody.
What more shall we seek?

So fluid, you are.
Your presence is prime to us.
Water, life's fuel.

Surviving a day,
The eagle dives from above.
Her prey meets his fate.

Pick up those pieces.
The rain is about to come.
Take care, little ants.

Come, rise as you are - 
Beautiful and elegant.
Bloom... nature's flower.

Look at the beauty
Of our lovely night divine.
Dark, yet relaxing.

Sitting on the branch
Of a century-old tree,
This owl stares at me.

Grasses on the ground,
Come out now and spread your blades;
Rejoice for the rain

Caterpillar dear,
Someday you'll fly just like her - 
Reaching for those dreams

The storm is over.
Can you flap your wings, my dear?
Get ready to leave.

Dancing in such grace
With sparks and burning desire,
This fire caught our eyes.

Pearl of the night sky,
Blooming from a distant shore.
Enticing our wolves.

     My works were all posted on my Instagram and twitter account. If you want to check them out (along with my other creations), kindly key in @artistmat. Don't forget to click "follow". Thank you!

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