captivating Capiz

mother of pearl shells
both black and white sand beaches
place holds me captive


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for more information on the subject of this captivating Capiz haiku poem, you can visit the following sites:

Capiz: the local government website
Capiz: on wikipedia

this page is partly intended to help further the tourism tagline, captivating Capiz. :) it's also partly intended to assist with the availability of local blood donors, via the relevant link below.


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For Philippines Blood Registry, Ragnarok Online 2 and Filipino Programmer/Blogger


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28 comments:

  1. Interesting links, thanks!

    A witch
    collecting shells --
    a turbid sea

    ;-)

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  2. thanks for the comment on my (captivating Capiz) haiku, tikkis. :)

    nice to see you again. :) a witch indeed. :D

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  3. lovely Capiz place
    kouji described that in words
    got me captive too


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    you're welcome :-)

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  4. thanks for the comment on my (captivating Capiz) haiku, gem. :)

    those black sand beaches fascinate me, actually. am so used to the ideal of white sand nowadays, but when i was a kid, we used to frequent the darker sand beaches of northern luzon.

    and thanks for the keywords. :) nice of you.

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  5. Well, let me say this!:) The black and white way of seeing this ephemeral world as something concrete is a 'prison' of sorts... The mother of pearl of inner vision can lead out of this 'state of perceptual imprisonment'... Theoretically speaking!:)

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  6. thanks for the comment on my (captivating Capiz) haiku, borut. :)

    indeed. theoretically speaking. :)

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  7. thanks for your comment, john. :)

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  8. i have relatives from Capiz and i have fond memories of the place! Your haiku simply captures it beautifully...

    cheers!

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  9. I think that place would hold me captive as well :)

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  10. thanks for the comment, spool artist. :)

    you have relatives from there? how nice. :) i don't have any relatives from capiz.

    but i do have relatives from northern luzon, in places like baguio, la union and dagupan, so i also have fond memories of those places. :)

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  11. thanks for the comment, wayfaring wanderer. :)

    true. i quite like the idea of a place having both black and white sand beaches. haven't heard of other places, aside from capiz, with a setup like that.

    captivating indeed.

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  12. thanks for the comment, andrew. :)

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  13. Good Luck to your quest on the contest. I hope we all can make it to the top but hopefully, only 3 can win this so just wishing all other participants a good luck and posting a few comments on their blogs to also see who makes the most interesting and unique content.

    again GOOD LUCK!!!

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  14. thanks for the comment, masterofthe. :)

    and thanks for the kind words. good luck as well.

    i rather doubt that i'll be in any position to win, but at least i'm glad because i can try to get the word out regarding capiz as a tourist destination, and i'm also able to link to a site which helps people find blood donors in the philippines.

    two worthwhile goals i feel. :)

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  15. thanks for the comment, captivating capiz. :)

    and best wishes with your efforts. :)

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  16. hmmm... naisip ko na gusto ko sanang gumawa ng isa pang haiku tungkol sa capiz na hindi wikang ingles ang gamit. yun na nga lang, hindi ko yata talaga kaya. sayang.

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  17. got a great blog here, congrats!

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  18. thanks for the comment, mahkie. :)

    glad you could drop by. :)

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  19. too bad i was not able to roam around capiz during my visit due to a survey project in almost 4 years ago.

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  20. thanks for the comment, dimaks. :)

    at least you've already been there. :O me, not yet. :O

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  21. Wow! You've been kind enough to comment on my blog, and this is my first visit here. I didn't realize you wrote haiku! I won't even try to write one myself, but I am really enjoying going thru all of yours. Very talented!

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  22. thanks for the comment, jd. :)

    and thanks for the kind words. :)

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  23. the end of the contest is so near already. Reading all the contents of all the entries on the net. :) Congratulations :)

    Pa burger man tani ang nag daog

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  24. thanks for the comment, rein valdez. :)

    indeed. best of luck to all the participants. glad you could visit. :)

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  25. Congrats pala sa nanalo last captivating capiz...
    ngaun mukhang matindi rin ang nangyayari sa hectic capiznon bloggers 2009

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