Like The Molave Poetry Essays and Term Papers

  • Like the Molave

    LIKE THE MOLAVE R. Zulueta Da Acosta Not yet, Rizal, not yet. Sleep not in peace; There are a thousand waters to be spanned; There are a thousand mountains to be crossed; There are a thousand cross to be borne. Our shoulders are not strong; our sinews are Grown flaccid with dependence, smug...

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  • like the molave

    We carve for all time your marmoreal dream! Until our people, seeing, are become Like the molave, firm, resilent, staunch, Rising on the hillside, unafraid, Strong in its own fibre, yes, like the molave! II. The youth of the land is a proud and noble appellation, The youth of the land...

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  • Like the Molave

    man could build and fly a heavier-than-air machine. In 1909, the first military aircraft in history was delivered to the Signal Corpse. This aircraft, like the original Wright Brothers’ flying machine, was a pusher-type design (its engine was behind the pilot and in front of the propellers) with a 30 horsepower...

      1166 Words | 3 Pages   Attack aircraft, Bomber, Aircraft, Fighter aircraft

  • Like the Molave

    Like The Molave By: Rafael Zulueta da Costa Not yet, Rizal, not yet. Sleep not in peace: There are a thousand waters to be spanned; there are a thousand mountains to be crossed; there are a thousand crosses to be borne. Our shoulders are not strong; our sinews are grown flaccid with dependence...

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  • Grow and Be Like the Molave

    GROW AND BE LIKE THE MOLAVE By Manuel Luis Quezon National strength can only be built on character. A nation is nothing more or less than its citizenry. It is the people that make up a nation and, therefore a nation cannot be stronger than its component parts. Their weakness is its failings, their...

      420 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Like a Molave by Zuleta

    Like the Molave I. Not yet, Rizal, not yet. Sleep not in peace: There are a thousand water to be spanned; There are a thousand mountain to be crossed; There are a thousand crosses to be borne. Our shoulders are not strong; our sinews are Grown flaccid with dependence, smug with ease Under...

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  • Like The Molave Critical Analysis

    Communication In partial fulfillment in Philippine Literature March 31 2015 By: Marc Denzel A. Zenit LIKE THE MOLAVE I (1940) In Rafael Zulueta da Costa’s 1940 poem Like the Molave,the speaker entreats our national hero, Jose Rizal to inspire generations with his unwavering perseverance for...

      3045 Words | 12 Pages   Prometheus

  • Grow and Be Like the Molave

    Grow and Be Like the Molave By: Manuel L. Quezon National strength can only be built in character. A nation is nothing more or less than its citizenry. It is the people that make up the nation and therefore a nation cannot be stronger than its component parts. Their weakness is its failings, their...

      438 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Like the Molave-Rafael M. Zulueta Da Costa

    Like a Molave I. Not yet, Rizal, not yet. Sleep not in peace: There are a thousand waters to be spanned; there are a thousand mountains to be crossed; there are a thousand crosses to be borne. Our shoulders are not strong; our sinews are grown flaccid with dependence, smug with...

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  • Poetry Essay on Dickinson's "There Is No Frigate Like a Book"

    no Frigate like a Book” is a great example of the use of metaphor in poetry. The poem utilizes the theme of escape in describing how a book can carry a person away from reality. In using these metaphors, Dickinson is able to describe in only eight lines the power of literature and poetry on a person’s...

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  • Title 1978 Law Like Love Poetry Prompt

    1978 Law Like Love Poetry Prompt: Read the poem and then write an essay discussing the differences between the conceptions of “law” in lines 1 to 34 and those in lines 35 to 60. The meaning of how law exists is different depending on what is implied about it. In W.H. Auden’s poem, “Law Like Love,” differences...

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  • The Molave

    still the feel the samewhat's a life with no fun, please don't be so ashamed I've had mine, you've had yours we both know, we know.They don't get you like I willmy only wish is I die real cause that truth hurts, and those lies healand you can't sleep thinking that he lies still so you cry still, tears...

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  • The Molave

    Like the Molave is a poem written by Rafael Zulueta da Costa. He is a Filipino poet and a businessman, who was born at the time when the wounds inflicted by our Spaniard conquerors were still fresh, and it was written at a time when we were under the great influence of the stars and stripes, as mentioned...

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  • Poetry Analysis: "Conjoined" vs "Most Like an Arch This Marriage"

     Poetry Analysis: "Conjoined" versus "Most Like an Arch This Marriage" People often dream of finding the perfect soul mate…a special someone with similar hopes and goals for their future. They dream of someone to share the good and bad times with them. They dream of a person that will love them...

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  • How is a song's lyrics like poetry...example Jewel's "You were meant for me" Comparing setting, imagery, and structure, all which reinforce its similarities to poetry.

    Many songs, like poetry, contain both enjoyable and unpleasant experiences. "You Were Meant for Me" by Jewel is an extremely vivid and emotional song that utilizes many poetic techniques to tell about an unpleasant experience. The lyrics contain setting, imagery, and structure, all which reinforce its...

      961 Words | 3 Pages   Metre (poetry), Poetry, Stress (linguistics), Rhythm

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    I have taken poetry as my focus for an alternative viewpoint of World War One. I discovered that when people think of World War One poetry, they think of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon. Both of these men fought in the war so, instantly you might consider their viewpoint reliable. However, viewpoints...

      932 Words | 4 Pages   Wilfred Owen, Dulce et Decorum est

  • Poetry

    many years. Both India and Pakistan have claims on this region. In addition, there is a Kashmiri separatist movement—some residents of Kashmir would like to have their own country. Learn more about the Kashmir separatist movement. What are their reasons for desiring a separate state? What strategies...

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  • Poetry

    shifts into the knowledge of the persona that the soul exists /I know you exist/ /separate from me/for this conversation moves from you to me, mostly/like sunlight transfiguring the moon’s / bland surface –this presents the scientific explanation of the distribution of light from the sun to the moon –...

      3449 Words | 9 Pages   Shadow (psychology), Introspection, Luminiferous aether, Light

  • Poetry

    Anne Bradstreet: Mother of American Poetry The New World was not just a sanctuary for the practice of religion, but it was also ground for the growing of Anne Bradstreet’s poems and talents. Concerned with the ideas of sin and redemption, and emotional weakness, and death and immortality, much of her...

      2435 Words | 6 Pages   Anne Bradstreet, Cain and Abel, Genesis creation narrative

  • Poetry

    contact with language is our primary discourse. Of the three theories of how language is learned according to Lightbown & Spada (1993, pp.23-30), I would like to consider the third, which is the interactionist theory. Interactionist theory states that language develops as a result of the environment in which...

      1521 Words | 5 Pages   Language, Theory, Academic writing

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