13092012 mythology

 

Philippine Mythology is what am sharing with y’all, enjoy!

Mount Makiling
a homegrown cat
covers his poop

– it is believed that leaving your dirt on the mountain—you’ll not reach/ or find your way home, unless you cleans up your own business.

pick and eat all you can,
no take home allowed, says she
— harvest moon

a wisp of cloud…
no clue if Maria Makiling
is heading north

Mount Makiling– one of the most popular hiking destinations in the Philippines. this inactive volcano stands 3576 feet and is said to be named after Maria Makiling, the most widely-known diwata (fairy) in Filipino mythology.

the Bathala stops
resembling a dream
my own persona

-Bathala, the chief deity of the Tagalogs.

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