From the bottom
of my chubby heart,
please accept
my warm salamat
for participating
in this Filipino word art!

We successfully did
a creative bayanihan
and we truly proved
that we can
know a culture
through its words’ hum!

Salamat everyone
for taking your part,
I hope you enjoyed
sharing your writer-hearts!

©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer

Photo credit: BuzzFeed, Running Pinoy


P.S.

I want to tag everyone who participated with Word-High July BUT I might miss someone important so I won’t!

I know you guys know who you are!

And I LOVE you all.

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  1. And I love you!!! I loved every minute of Word-High July–it was an uplifting cultural, spiritual, creatively stretching adventure–and I hope we can all gather to do it again next year 🙂 ❤

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      1. Never ❤ Today I gave Jeff my username and password, so that if something happens that I can't blog anymore, he will let everyone know. You won't have to wonder 🙂

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  2. A big thank you Rosema (and to Maria) for hosting and managing a wonderful Word-High July. It was a great experience writing, and also meeting some fantastic people.

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  3. aww and a big you’re welcome right back at you! This was a wonderful challenge. I enjoyed it so much. It really pushed me and I will be forever grateful for your challenge. It led me to discover new characters and stories. I feel like a kid in a candy store!

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  4. It was truly a wonderful experience, and I got the opportunity to follow some fantastic blogs! This challenge allowed me to discover new wonderful words and create new stories. Thank you (and Maria) for hosting this challenge and thank you for these kind words. ❤

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  5. Thank you. This is such a sweet post. I have enjoyed every minute of this challenge. Some of the words were more difficult for me to write about than others, but I learned from each one of them. Thank you for the opportunity to learn about the Filipino language.

    Have a blessed day, all of you!

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  6. This is the first time I every participated in such a meme. I had no idea what to expect. I am relatively new to the whole idea of meme posting.

    I am a very technical person and most of the poems were over my head, but it is good to expose oneself to a different way of seeing the world from time to time.

    In this challenge, we saw a little arts meets Filipino meets redneck. Talk about a melting pot.

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  7. Wow what a beautiful poem to bid farewell to WordHighJuly. I missed the last four words.But I thoroughly enjoyed the rendezvous with all the poetic words! Congratulations for its success! Thanks to you and Maria for making July so full of poetry and creative works across the Blogosphere:)

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    1. Wow. Thank you, Prab! Thank you for your kind words! It will be fine if your would want to write about the last four words. 🙂 NO one’s keeping a list of who is late. 😉

      Thank you again, PRab! It is my honor to have you in this challenge. 😉

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  8. Haha. Ya I know. I will make use of the the last four words in some of my future posts. It will make me feel good to have paid tribute to each of your lovely words! 🙂

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  9. Sister, walang anuman! (Hopefully, I’m saying–well, writing–that correctly.) This was a treat. The words are resonant with lovely-looking–and, I imagine, lovely sounding–arrangements of consonants and vowels. This was a learning and growing experience–thanks to you and Maria!

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