Violet Bilbao

“Ma, look at the TV. Those two people are putting their tongues inside each other’s lips. It’s like the guy is eating the girl. Ew!”

“Ah, anak, it’s not that. It’s just a kissing scene. It’s like Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love for You. It’s Maria Rosaminda and Facundo Procopio professing their love for one another… it’s all about love, anak.”

“What do you mean, Ma?”

“When two people kiss like that, it means that they love each other. Look at Maria Rosaminda at Facundo Procopio. They can’t take each other’s eyes off each, other, right?”

“They love each other?”

“Yes. Just like me and your Papa… wait, I just need to prepare the ice cream, that’s your Papa’s favorite, and it’s his day-off after working overtime almost every day…”

“Ah… ok. Wait, Ma…”

“Yes, anak?”

“So it means that you and Ninang love each other too.”


“Because I saw you yesterday with Ninang in Papa’s room. She’s been visiting whenever Papa’s gone, right? You were kissing each other, just like in the drama; though it’s strange that Ninang only wore her panties… wait Ma! The ice cream’s falling! Please be careful… Oh, hi Papa! Didn’t notice you were there. How are you? Did you just hear what Ma and I were talking about?”


About KALasag (Opisyal na Papel Pampahayag ng Kolehiyo ng Arte at Literatura, Unibersidad ng Pilipinas)

KALasag, ang Opisyal na Papel Pampahayagan ng Kolehiyo ng Arte at Literatura, Unibersidad ng Pilipinas. Ito ang magsisilbing pahayagan ng mga pananaw, usapin at paninindigan ng mga estudyante hinggil sa mga mahahalagang isyu. Ito rin ay magiging daan tungo sa pagbuo ng identidad ng kolehiyo at paghahanap ng lugar nito sa pamantasan at lipunan.


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