Ferdinand L Quintos
Numerology features in several important events in the life of Ferdinand L Quintos.
He was born in Bayambang, Pangasinan, Philippines,10 days after the 10th month after the declaration by the United States of war on Japan (December 8,1941) following the latter’s attack on the American naval base on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (December 7,1941) .
He is the 10th child of his father (who had six by his first marriage.
He holds a Bachelor Arts degree (major in political science, minor in English) .
He finished his studies of law at the Far Eastern University in Manila in 1971 and took the Bar examinations administered by the country’s Supreme Court on four ... more »
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Ferdinand L Quintos Poems
Train Ride To Nowhere
The train rolls out slowly from the old terminal bay, rusty wheels reluctantly roll on rails all rickety,
As I lay lonesome one night in my bed, Somnus on my wearied eyes descended, but when my eyelids were about to meet toward slumber expectedly sweet,
Samantha (Acrostic Poem)
Name poem SAMANTHA (Down and up)
You ask me very frequently measure of my sincerity, hark and I will tell you shortly that you may have serenity.
Pangasinan (Sakey A Lugay)
Pan-aasinan nen panaon ya inmuna, ..malaem ed yaman-dayat tan arum ni ‘ra ..ya makana’n tagano na laman da’y lapag ..ya too’d sakop to tan arum ni ya dapag.
I Write As I Write
Writing poetry is fast, like chasing the waters the rain has dropped before they reach the drains.
Emily (Acrostic poem)
Eastern horizon bursts with colors, _morning comes to ease all my dolors; Memories of dreadful dreams last night, _like startled wild birds, take to flight;
Angel (Acrostic Poem)
Name poem ANGEL
Jennifer (Acrostic Poem)
Just as I felt energy Escaping from my body, Newer impetus to live Now you did unto me give.
Maria (Acrostic Poem)
Name poem Maria, you
Chain Poem/Name Poem 3: MICHELLE
My soothing solace from ennui In moments quite melancholic, Calming as the sea breeze’s hush Humming enchanting lovely tune,
A Night On Mt. Olympus
As the gods silently slept On imposing Mt. Olympus, So surreptitiously I crept And awakened goddess Venus.
For unknown reason I always look for rhyme, in every season I always look for time,
Triolet: You Walk Into My Gloomy World
You walk into my gloomy world with magical glow of sunshine turning gray shadows gleaming gold, you walk into my gloomy world
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Train Ride To Nowhere
The train rolls out slowly
from the old terminal bay,
rusty wheels reluctantly
roll on rails all rickety,
just like my mind grudgingly
decided to go away.
The train picks up speed,
forcefully pushes ahead,
outside the scenes turn blurry,
things and all become fuzzy,
just like the uncertainty
of all this inane journey.
The train now, as if a scythe,
cuts through the countryside
like the sharp pangs of sadness
cut through the dark recesses,
and reopens all the hurt,
deep in my tormented heart.
The train at last slows ...