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Old August 14th, 2009, 02:13 AM   #101
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i've a friend who hails from magallanes. he told me that their dialect is similar to legazpi's...
Cool, thanks for checking this up, and confirming my classification of Magallanes as part of standard Bikol, ayawu!
it does seem a little strange that it is an isolated outcrop of Bikol in an otherwise Bisakol area of Sorsogon.

By the way, your username sounds just like the Daraga word for "yes"....which is totally different from the Naga-Legazpi "iyo".
Are you from Daraga? Just curious...
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Old August 14th, 2009, 02:25 AM   #102
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The reason for this is that filipinos have no tribalism or a concept of it(they are more of town centric) in the pre-hispanic period,other asians like the japanese and chinese have none of that too before they encountered europeans that is why many languages in the philippines are dialect clusters like manobo and kalinga and they even have continuums with neighboring languages....
I think it is also due in large part to geography. Countries with a great variety of dialects and languages tend to be mountainous or have rugged and difficult terrain. Hence the great variety of dialects in Japan, Italy etc...

Ironically, Filipino nationalism was actually a bi-product of Spanish colonialism....before the 19th century Filipinos did not really think of themselves as one ''nation''. The unintended consequence of colonial rule was to unite the Tagalogs, Visayans, Bikolanos, Ilokanos etc..against colonialism, despite their many differences.
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Old August 14th, 2009, 05:12 PM   #103
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I think it is also due in large part to geography. Countries with a great variety of dialects and languages tend to be mountainous or have rugged and difficult terrain. Hence the great variety of dialects in Japan, Italy etc...

Ironically, Filipino nationalism was actually a bi-product of Spanish colonialism....before the 19th century Filipinos did not really think of themselves as one ''nation''. The unintended consequence of colonial rule was to unite the Tagalogs, Visayans, Bikolanos, Ilokanos etc..against colonialism, despite their many differences.
Filipinos also used to be towncentric before that,that is what i pointed out,this town centric attitude still exists in our archipelago right now....

I also think neither the subethnics of chinese had an idea of a nation either..

I forgot to say that Ilocanos and Tagalogs will never be numerous and will be a minority in a Kapampangan Dominated Luzon if the spanish never conquered Luzon,the people who speak Kapampangan accented Tagalog and Ilocano will stay Kapampangan,Visayans will have their own kingdom,Actually if we base on Geography Kapampangan has more edge to other languages because of Farm Land and Rivers and will influence neighboring minority languages,Kapampangans can easily multiply because they live on Tarlac River,Pampanga River,Angat River,Bucao River,Kaliwa River,Kanan River and Marikina River.

I was thinking on how Visayan and Bikol language split,did visayan originate in Bicol area?

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Old August 15th, 2009, 08:36 AM   #104
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I was thinking on how Visayan and Bikol language split,did visayan originate in Bicol area?
Visayan did not originated from Bicol...i think they are related
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Visayan did not originated from Bicol...i think they are related
From Bicol area not from the language itself...
I was hypothesizing for a sorsogon origin of visayans and Mansakan group...
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Old October 13th, 2009, 09:20 AM   #106
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An Tambóbong Nin Literaturang Bikolnon is the official literary folio of BikolianA. Quarterly beginning next year, we will be publishing literary works of budding poets in the region. Works of prominent writers will also be included.

Here are the themes for Volume I

* "Ani nin mga Rawitdawit" (harvest of poetry on planting and harvesting palay)
* "Sayaw asin Awit kan mga Pararawitdawit" (poems about festivities and celebration)
* "Ama, Ina, Aki" (poems on the relationship of members in the family)
* "Kamundagan, Kagadanan" (poems that tackles birth, death and life)
* "Kalamidad" (typhoon, earthquake, flood, drought poems)
* "Siram!" (food, food, food, burp!)
* etc. (other poems we might use in future issues)

Kindly submit your works with your short biography (and bibliography for published works) at bikoliana@yahoo.com on or before November 30, 2009.

We welcome comments, suggestions, contributions and donations!

Here are some poems shortlisted for the following themes:

Ani nin mga Rawitdawit (harvest of poetry on planting and harvesting palay)
* "Pagbùnag nin Paroy" - Jerome Hipolito (Calabanga, Camarines Sur)
* "Dai Mo na Ako Namomòtan" - Jonas Cabiles Soltes (Tinambac, Camarines Sur)
* "Kauumahán sa Bawà," and "Ama na an Aki, Ika na an Ama" - Irvin P. Sto. Tomas (Canaman, Camarines Sur)
* "Kasamâ sa Paroy" - Maryanne Moll (Tigaon, Camarines Sur)
* "Pababa" - Victor Dennis T. Nierva (Lupi, Camarines Sur)
* "Paroy," and "Uran sa Baladan" - Jaime Jesus Uy Borlagdan (Tabaco City)

Awaiting permission from the authors of the following poems:
* "Paratarok" - Bernard Miguel Aguay (Calabanga, Camarines Sur)
* "Sa Pagsulnop kan Saldang" - Kristian Sendon Cordero (Iriga City)

Sayaw asin Awit kan mga Pararawitdawit (festivities and celebration)
* "An mga Paradalan nin Lagaylay," and "Square Dance (Bikol Cha-Cha) - Irvin P. Sto. Tomas (Canaman, Camarines Sur)

Awaiting permission from the authors of the following poems:
* "Hijas de...," and "Ciudad sa Parada" - H. Frank Peñones Jr. (Iriga City)
* "Peñafrancia" - Kristian Sendon Cordero (Iriga City)
* "Sa Baylihan" - Victor Dennis T. Nierva (Lupi, Camarines Sur)
* "Pagbukad" - Adrian Remodo (Lagonoy, Camarines Sur)

Ama, Ina, Aki (relationship of members in the family)
* "Si Isay an Tawong Mandaing Data" - Jerome Hipolito (Calabanga, Camarines Sur)
* "Sa Guijalo Port sa Caramoan, Agosto 25" - Jonas Cabiles Soltes (Tinambac, Camarines Sur)
* "Ngud" (Nguhód) - Irvin P. Sto. Tomas (Canaman, Camarines Sur)

Awaiting permission from the authors of the following poems:
* "Lola, Iba Nang Maray An Kinaban" - Ramon O. Olaño, Jr. (Naga City)
* "Abiso sa Nguhod" - Estelito B. Jacob (Camaligan, Camarines Sur)
* "Aki Ko" - Richard Madrilejos (Tabaco City)
* "Rawitdawit ki Nanay" - Kristian Sendon Cordero (Iriga City)

Kamundagan, Kagadanan (birth, death and life)
* "Kandila," "Sa boót saná kan Nagtitíos," and "Sa Marpus" - Jerome Hipolito (Calabanga, Camarines Sur)
* "Kabáong" - Irvin P. Sto. Tomas (Canaman, Camarines Sur)
* "An Habong Magadan" - Jaime Jesus Uy Borlagdan (Tabaco City)

Awaiting permission from the authors of the following poems:
* "Paligsók" - Estelito B. Jacob (Camaligan, Camarines Sur)
* "Bilar," "Kin Ika Mig-raan," and Origami" - H. Frank Peñones Jr. (Iriga City)
* "Paglaláng," and "(Dis)desaparesídos" - Victor Dennis T. Nierva (Lupi, Camarines Sur)
* "Arog ko Kaini Hahalaton an Kagadanan" - Adrian Remodo (Lagonoy, Camarines Sur)

Kalamidad (typhoon, earthquake, tsunami, landslide, flood, drought poems)
* "Tsunami Dos Mil Cuatro" - Irvin P. Sto. Tomas (Canaman, Camarines Sur)
* "Baha sa Legazpi," "Mga Bituon Sa Banggi Pagkatapos Kan Bagyo," "Mina," and "Orasyon sa Uran" - Jaime Jesus Uy Borlagdan (Tabaco City)

Awaiting permission from the authors of the following poems:
* "Bagyo," "Mga Bagyo," and "Payong Baha" - Victor Dennis T. Nierva (Lupi, Camarines Sur)

Siram! (food, food, food, burp!)
* "Siomi" - Jerome Hipolito (Calabanga, Camarines Sur)
* "Makonswelong Pasko Dos Mil Ocho" - Irvin P. Sto. Tomas (Canaman, Camarines Sur)

Awaiting permission from the authors of the following poems:
* "An Piling Linantâ," and "Pagpadangat asin Paggulay nin Natong" - Victor Dennis T. Nierva (Lupi, Camarines Sur)
* "Trahedya nin Natong," and "Tangata di na ko Magkakaun sa Balot" - Kristian Sendon Cordero (Iriga City)
* "Pinagrók" - Estelito B. Jacob (Camaligan, Camarines Sur)
* "Dinailan," and "Siring sa Linupák" - H. Frank Peñones Jr. (Iriga City)
* "Ipinagtimpla mo ako ki kape" - Giovhanii C. Buen (Tabaco City)
* "An paghinguro kan puyo" - Bernard Miguel Aguay (Calabanga, Camarines Sur)
* "Mirindalan sa Hapon na Tig-uran" - Adrian Remodo (Lagonoy, Camarines Sur)

ANI NIN RAWITDAWIT KAN SATONG
PANAHON SATUYANG PAGSARAYON
ANDAM KAINING SATONG PANAHON
SA MASURUNOD NA HENERASYON

SA "AN TAMBOBONG NIN LITERATURANG BIKOLNON"

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Old October 21st, 2009, 02:45 AM   #107
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Thanks for posting Fil.
Are you only looking for poems? Or do you also want some plays or short stories?
Can you provide us with a link where we can purchase these volumes?
And also, a link for those who are interested in making donations.
Mabalos tabi!
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Old October 21st, 2009, 04:09 AM   #108
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That's nice Fil. I hope that helps in enriching the Bicolano language. Kudos!
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Old October 21st, 2009, 02:13 PM   #109
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For now, we are looking for poems in any Bikol language. Email us your poems at bikoliana@yahoo.com. For more details visit http://bikoliana.webs.com/antambobong.htm
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glad to find this forum! kaya lang garo haloy nang mayong nagpost.

the developments in the Bikol literary scene are encouraging. KABULIG , the Bikol literary group formed in 1993, has been revived and counts among its members many young Bikolanos (Jason Chancoco, Estelito Jacob, Kristian Cordero, among others) who continue to produce literary ouput in both Bikol (inlcuding Rinconada) and Filipino (even English).

They have received national awards and have been published.

Nakakaengganyong marhay. Kung hihilingon ta kadtong mga 90s o bago pa kayan, daing gayo aktibo ang pagsurat sa Bikol.

Marhay man maaraman na ang mga eskwelahan ngonyan sato iniiba na ang Bikol (pagsurat asin tataramon) sa ibang mga kurso.

Sa ateneo de naga, poon pa kang mga 1970, sa pangengenot ni Padre James J O'Brien,SJ, tinutukdo ang kursong Bikol History and Culture, sa mismong tataramon na Bikol. Ang mga estudyante nakakagamit man kang saindang dialect (ang manlaen-laen pang Bikol variants) sa saindang pagsurat o pag-osipon manongod sa saindang banwaan o ano pang topic.

tinukdo ko man ini kang nasa ateneo de naga ako 1994-1997, asin may 3-unit course ki Mr Rudy Alano (Vernacular/ Bikol Literature) sa AB Literature program mi.

mapadagos ta man kudta ang orolay manongod sa satuyang tataramon asin pagsurat.

By the way, the language is Bikol, not Bikolano. "Bikol" is also the appropriate term (adjective) for cuisine (not Bicolano cuisine), culture, literature, customs, religion.

Bikolano is the term for the native (person) of Bikol (the region)- a Hispanized form, actually. The term more suanoy is BIKOLNON. "Bicol" or "Bicolano" with a "c" are Spanish influences. 'Bikolano" or "Bikol" speaks of the attempt to go back to our roots, to be more ourselves. In the ancient writing system there was no "c", only "k".

Contemporary writing in Bikol uses "k" instead of "c".
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sa mga interesado magsurat, ang aram ko igwa ang Kabulig (Bikol Writers' Group) ning annual writing workshop.

ang kagayunan kang mga bikolanong parasurat (bentahe na siguro ini dahil exposed kita sa manlaen-laen na taramon, asin dai kita nasasakitan na marhay makanood ning ibang taramon), kayang-kaya man magsurat bako sana sa bikol kundi man sa tagalog asin ingles.

a writer (sorry, forgot his name) from albay recently got a literary award in thailand. interestingly, his background is engineering. no formal training in writing

at the ateneo de manila's kagawaran ng filipino, several faculty members, published writers (some are palanca awardees) are bikolanos - alvin yapan, marc lopez, jayson jacobo.
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abdon balde won this year for the philippines. each year the royal family picks one winner from each asean country. are you a literature graduate? what batch? may i invite you to contribute in wikipedia, bikol edition at www.bcl.wikipedia.org see you there!
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Thanks for posting Fil.
Are you only looking for poems? Or do you also want some plays or short stories?
Can you provide us with a link where we can purchase these volumes?
And also, a link for those who are interested in making donations.
Mabalos tabi!
in early 1900s we have regular magazines in bikol language such as Sanghiran nin Bikol, Calendariong Bicol, Bicolnon, Bicolandia and more! im glad our generation have Bangraw kan Arte, Literatura asin Kultura, Burak etc. and hopefuly An Tambobong. problema talaga an funding. hehe
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abdon balde won this year for the philippines. each year the royal family picks one winner from each asean country. are you a literature graduate? what batch? may i invite you to contribute in wikipedia, bikol edition at www.bcl.wikipedia.org see you there!
yes, it's abdon - thanks!
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yes, i'm a LitMaj, ateneo de naga '94. my undergrad thesis was "Motifs Bikol Myths & Legends"; mentor was rudy alano. even went to Buhi to interview ordinary folk.

had very good profs in my time, at least three of them alums of the annual silliman writers' workshop. had several courses with doods santos who is now with DLSU Lit Dept. she required us to produce work on and in Bikol. our output in Children's Literature class was all in Bikol (poetry, short story, etc).

a few of my co-Lit Maj got published in one CCP- sponsored publication on contemporary Bikol writing.

from what class (or batch.. some don't want to be referred to as batch kaya ta garo daa sinda tinapay haha) are you? AdNU?
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batch 03 (99 to 03)

mayo nakagraduate kaming mayong thesis, bako sana man kami, igwa pa, si mga sinundan ska nagsurunod samuya. kahiraki
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mayo nakagraduate kaming mayong thesis, bako sana man kami, igwa pa, si mga sinundan ska nagsurunod samuya. kahiraki
dai bale. bawi na sana sa pagsurat para sa bikol! aktibo man ang mga parasurat diyan sa naga. natiripon ngani garo sinda minsan.
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in early 1900s we have regular magazines in bikol language such as Sanghiran nin Bikol, Calendariong Bicol, Bicolnon, Bicolandia and more! im glad our generation have Bangraw kan Arte, Literatura asin Kultura, Burak etc. and hopefuly An Tambobong. problema talaga an funding. hehe
back in college we would go to Cecilio Press in Sabang, Naga to buy leaflets of osipon, patood, paliliyon (pamahiin), et al. printed in novena-sized leaflets they were handy references for our bikol culture studies. Kalendaryong Bikol featured a guide for farmers for the best planting and harvesting days.

"1,001 Hapot asin Simbag " even had: Anong aldaw linalang ang kinaban?

the printed bikol novenas offered good exposure to suanoy na Bikol.
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i found a religious book in bikol printed in early 1900s by Imprenta Mariana (http://bcl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Librer...prenta_Mariana). matapô na an papel.

regarding our literary folio. we are done with the gathering of poems and lay-outing. the cheapest way to produce the issue is through risograph (500 copies), or powder copy/xerography (50 copies hehe).
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AN TAMBOBONG Bulto 1 Blg. 1 - Ani Nin Mga Rawitdawit

Sa tambóbong isinasáray kan mga paraóma an saindáng mga ináni. Siring sa mga sinákong paroy, saray-saray sa babasahón na iní na inapód nyamong An Tambobong Nin Literaturang Bikolnon, an nagkapirá sa mga napalagdâ na, nagawádan na nin onra, asín mga bàgong rawitdáwit.

An Ani Nin Mga Rawitdáwit na manongód sa pangenot na pagkabúhay kan mga Bikolano, iyó an enot na saray sa Tambobong. Saróng katiriponán iní nin mga rawitdáwit na nag-iítok sa pag-omá asín sa mga bagay na katakód kainí. Kabáli sa katiriponán an tolompulo-kagsiyám (39) na rawitdáwit asín saróng (1) artikulo, nin duwampúlong (20) mga kagubáy na parasurát gikan sa manlaen-laen na banwá asín lunsód sa ronâ.

An pag-omá, na garó bagá “saróng bayli [sa] maghápon” para Sa Mga Paraúma (Aguay Jr.), parte bakô saná kan mga nadudukután kan Hibò Kan Paroy (Hipolito) asín kan mga tawong Atóp An Sindáng (Madrilejos). Dawà an mga tawo na nagmamasíd saná sa paraómang bagá na Palatakót Sa Akì Nin Paraóma (Sto. Tomas); [an] Mga Aktibista kan Nueva York (Valeriano); an mga akì kan mga lalákeng halè sa umahán “na nagkakágaw na kan matá sa grabeng katungkáan” Sa Pagdangádang Kan Diklóm (Valencia); idtóng aráram na Kun Pàno Pinapapalid Kan [mga] Akì An Arugasáng Sa Pili (Pesimo Jr.); o an saíndang agóm, siring kan sa Daí Mo na Akó Namomòtan (Soltes) na iyóng Kasamà-[samà nindá] Sa Paroy (Moll); alágad maskí An Mga Rignós Sa Mulinohán (Borlagdan), an mga maya na “[nagtatagoy-tagoy mantáng dinadálan an istaran na nasusulô]” siring kan sa Pasil – Magdumán – Maswerte (Cariño), Mga Itik (Cordero), Kuhól (Aguay), [Mamundóng] Burak (de Quiroz), parte man giráray sindá. Sabi nganì kaiyán sa talinhágang olayón, “an lambáng bagay tarakód, tarakód an gabós.”

Nag-iítok an katiriponán na iní sa mga inagrángay kan tawo, asín mga [Y]awit[y]áwit [kan] Paraóma (Jacob). Balákid sa saíya An Maraot na Awot [na] Haloy-haloy Maraot (Calleja), an “Urán” (Garcia), an [M]apeste (Peñones Jr.), o an “Uran[on] sa Baládan” (Borlagdan); an Naglalangkáw Na [an] Tubig (Nierva), an “pagdákit kan dagat” sa Kauumahán Sa Bawà (Sto. Tomas). Alágad an pinakanagdadaráng balákid sa saíya bakô an kapalibotán kundî an tawo mansaná. Digdí, “[an mga] paraúma, daíng laban”. Daí siyáng laban [sa] Dagáng Inagíhan Sibilisasyon (Caceres).

Inaandám nyamò an mga tipásing Buláwan (de Quiroz) na iní sa mga nagmamakulóg sa kultura asín sa mga tatarámon na Bikolnon. Tinagba (Cordero) nyamò an enot na luwás kan babasahón na iní sa mga magúrang kan literaturang Bikolnon, sarô na si Clemente Alejandria (Olaño) na iyóng napilíng itampók sa edisyon na iní. Sindá mga parasurát man na iyóng kagtanóm nin paglaóm, siring [sa] Mga Kahoy (Alejandria), asín kagtanóm man nin pagkamoót sa dagáng tinubóan.

Time to Harvest (Rosales). Ama Na An Aki, [Kita] na an Ama (Sto. Tomas). Aranihán na!

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Mga ibinaling tokdâ

**Bernard Miguel O. Aguay, Jr. Calabanga,CS
- Sa mga Paraúma / Paratárok / Kuhól
*Jaime Jesus U. Borlagdan Tabaco City
- An mga Rignós sa Molinuhan / Paroy / Urán sa Baládan
*Horacio Caceres Naga City
- An Dagáng Inagíhan Sibilisasyon
*Godofredo B. Calleja Bacacay, Albay- Ottawa
- An maraot na awot haloy-haloy maraot
*Dan Albert L. Cariño Calabanga, CS
- Dangogá an Duros / Pasil – Magdumán – Maswerte
*Kristian S. Cordero Iriga City
- Tinagba / Kansyon kan mga Doot / Mga Itik
*Jose Reynaldo Garcia Gubat, Sorsogon
- Buklád / Pubri / Urán
*Jerome M. Hipolito Calabanga, CS
- Parabùnag / Hibò kan Paroy / Sako
*Estelito B. Jacob Camaligan, CS
- Rawitdáwit nin Paraóma / Kan Kitáng Duwá mga Akì pa / Kawáyan, Duros, Panganúron asín Urán
*Richard D. Madrilejos Tabaco City
- Atóp sa Sindáng / Pisóg
*Maryanne Moll Tigaon, CS
- Kasamâ sa Paroy
*Victor Dennis T. Nierva Lupi, CS
- Pababá / Naglalangkáw na an Tubig
*H. Frank V. Peñones, Jr. Iriga City
- Mapeste / Pulá a mga Maís sa San Pedro / Haiku
**Honesto M. Pesimo, Jr. Pili, Cam. Sur
- Kun Pàno Pinapapálid kan Akì an Arugasáng sa Pili
*Jan Kevin de Quiroz Naga City
- Buláwan / Mamundô maging Burak
*Jonas C. Soltes Tinambac, CS
- Daí Mo na Akó Namomòtán
*Irvin P. Sto. Tomas Canaman, CS
- Amâ na an Akì, Iká na an Amâ / Palatakót sa Aking Paraóma / Kauumahán sa Bawà
*Jeffrey M. Valencia Lagonoy, CS
- Sa Pagdangádang kan Diklóm
*Leni B. Valeriano Tabaco City
- Sa mga Aktibista kan Nueva York
*Ramon O. Olaño, Jr. Naga City
- Clemente Alejandria
**Clemente Alejandria - An mga Kahoy

**Hinahágad pa an tugot

Paisi: PADAGOS AN PAG-AKO NYAMO NIN MGA AMBAG NA RAWITDAWIT PARA SA BULTO 1 BILANG 1-4 MANTANG DAI PA KAMI NIN PAMPAKOPYA NIN LAGDO

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AN TAMBOBONG Bulto 1 Blg. 1 - Ani Nin Mga Rawitdawit

Sa tambóbong isinasáray kan mga paraóma an saindáng mga ináni. Siring sa mga sinákong paroy, saray-saray sa babasahón na iní na inapód nyamong An Tambobong Nin Literaturang Bikolnon, an nagkapirá sa mga napalagdâ na, nagawádan na nin onra, asín mga bàgong rawitdáwit.

An Ani Nin Mga Rawitdáwit na manongód sa pangenot na pagkabúhay kan mga Bikolano, iyó an enot na saray sa Tambobong. Saróng katiriponán iní nin mga rawitdáwit na nag-iítok sa pag-omá asín sa mga bagay na katakód kainí. Kabáli sa katiriponán an tolompulo-kagsiyám (39) na rawitdáwit asín saróng (1) artikulo, nin duwampúlong (20) mga kagubáy na parasurát gikan sa manlaen-laen na banwá asín lunsód sa ronâ.

An pag-omá, na garó bagá “saróng bayli [sa] maghápon” para Sa Mga Paraúma (Aguay Jr.), parte bakô saná kan mga nadudukután kan Hibò Kan Paroy (Hipolito) asín kan mga tawong Atóp An Sindáng (Madrilejos). Dawà an mga tawo na nagmamasíd saná sa paraómang bagá na Palatakót Sa Akì Nin Paraóma (Sto. Tomas); [an] Mga Aktibista kan Nueva York (Valeriano); an mga akì kan mga lalákeng halè sa umahán “na nagkakágaw na kan matá sa grabeng katungkáan” Sa Pagdangádang Kan Diklóm (Valencia); idtóng aráram na Kun Pàno Pinapapalid Kan [mga] Akì An Arugasáng Sa Pili (Pesimo Jr.); o an saíndang agóm, siring kan sa Daí Mo na Akó Namomòtan (Soltes) na iyóng Kasamà-[samà nindá] Sa Paroy (Moll); alágad maskí An Mga Rignós Sa Mulinohán (Borlagdan), an mga maya na “[nagtatagoy-tagoy mantáng dinadálan an istaran na nasusulô]” siring kan sa Pasil – Magdumán – Maswerte (Cariño), Mga Itik (Cordero), Kuhól (Aguay), [Mamundóng] Burak (de Quiroz), parte man giráray sindá. Sabi nganì kaiyán sa talinhágang olayón, “an lambáng bagay tarakód, tarakód an gabós.”

Nag-iítok an katiriponán na iní sa mga inagrángay kan tawo, asín mga [Y]awit[y]áwit [kan] Paraóma (Jacob). Balákid sa saíya An Maraot na Awot [na] Haloy-haloy Maraot (Calleja), an “Urán” (Garcia), an [M]apeste (Peñones Jr.), o an “Uran[on] sa Baládan” (Borlagdan); an Naglalangkáw Na [an] Tubig (Nierva), an “pagdákit kan dagat” sa Kauumahán Sa Bawà (Sto. Tomas). Alágad an pinakanagdadaráng balákid sa saíya bakô an kapalibotán kundî an tawo mansaná. Digdí, “[an mga] paraúma, daíng laban”. Daí siyáng laban [sa] Dagáng Inagíhan Sibilisasyon (Caceres).

Inaandám nyamò an mga tipásing Buláwan (de Quiroz) na iní sa mga nagmamakulóg sa kultura asín sa mga tatarámon na Bikolnon. Tinagba (Cordero) nyamò an enot na luwás kan babasahón na iní sa mga magúrang kan literaturang Bikolnon, sarô na si Clemente Alejandria (Olaño) na iyóng napilíng itampók sa edisyon na iní. Sindá mga parasurát man na iyóng kagtanóm nin paglaóm, siring [sa] Mga Kahoy (Alejandria), asín kagtanóm man nin pagkamoót sa dagáng tinubóan.

Time to Harvest (Rosales). Ama Na An Aki, [Kita] na an Ama (Sto. Tomas). Aranihán na!

IPST

Mga ibinaling tokdâ

**Bernard Miguel O. Aguay, Jr. Calabanga,CS
- Sa mga Paraúma / Paratárok / Kuhól
*Jaime Jesus U. Borlagdan Tabaco City
- An mga Rignós sa Molinuhan / Paroy / Urán sa Baládan
*Horacio Caceres Naga City
- An Dagáng Inagíhan Sibilisasyon
*Godofredo B. Calleja Bacacay, Albay- Ottawa
- An maraot na awot haloy-haloy maraot
*Dan Albert L. Cariño Calabanga, CS
- Dangogá an Duros / Pasil – Magdumán – Maswerte
*Kristian S. Cordero Iriga City
- Tinagba / Kansyon kan mga Doot / Mga Itik
*Jose Reynaldo Garcia Gubat, Sorsogon
- Buklád / Pubri / Urán
*Jerome M. Hipolito Calabanga, CS
- Parabùnag / Hibò kan Paroy / Sako
*Estelito B. Jacob Camaligan, CS
- Rawitdáwit nin Paraóma / Kan Kitáng Duwá mga Akì pa / Kawáyan, Duros, Panganúron asín Urán
*Richard D. Madrilejos Tabaco City
- Atóp sa Sindáng / Pisóg
*Maryanne Moll Tigaon, CS
- Kasamâ sa Paroy
*Victor Dennis T. Nierva Lupi, CS
- Pababá / Naglalangkáw na an Tubig
*H. Frank V. Peñones, Jr. Iriga City
- Mapeste / Pulá a mga Maís sa San Pedro / Haiku
**Honesto M. Pesimo, Jr. Pili, Cam. Sur
- Kun Pàno Pinapapálid kan Akì an Arugasáng sa Pili
*Jan Kevin de Quiroz Naga City
- Buláwan / Mamundô maging Burak
*Jonas C. Soltes Tinambac, CS
- Daí Mo na Akó Namomòtán
*Irvin P. Sto. Tomas Canaman, CS
- Amâ na an Akì, Iká na an Amâ / Palatakót sa Aking Paraóma / Kauumahán sa Bawà
*Jeffrey M. Valencia Lagonoy, CS
- Sa Pagdangádang kan Diklóm
*Leni B. Valeriano Tabaco City
- Sa mga Aktibista kan Nueva York
*Ramon O. Olaño, Jr. Naga City
- Clemente Alejandria
**Clemente Alejandria - An mga Kahoy

**Hinahágad pa an tugot

Paisi: PADAGOS AN PAG-AKO NYAMO NIN MGA AMBAG NA RAWITDAWIT PARA SA BULTO 1 BILANG 1-4 MANTANG DAI PA KAMI NIN PAMPAKOPYA NIN LAGDO

wow marayrahay na gibo ini! magrambong pa an logod.
sige ta marinsay kita baka lamang may makuang pwedeng iambag sa tambobong na ini.
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