Marjorie Evasco

Marjorie Evasco left Manila to regrow roots in her home island, Bohol, in the Central Visayas of the Philippines. She continues to write in two languages, Binisaya and English, care for a garden, and plant trees. She’s committed to work for literary and cultural development and teaches graduate school.

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      Farol de Combate  This is how, while darkness  drew my profile with its little finger  I have learned to see past as Montale saw it,  The obscure thoughts of God descending ...

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