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Bagay Bagay - Contemporary Philippine Poetry

Teo T. Antonio

Publisher: Anvil Publishing, Inc.

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Before we achieve big things in life, we have to start small first. However, sometimes, we tend to forget these little things. We tend to forget their importance. Thus, we wonder why our dreams are not fulfilled.
 
This contemporary poetry collection by Teo T. Antonio delves deeper into the small things that matter and how they significantly impact our lives in some way.

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