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Paaralang Bayan sa Himpapawid (People's School-on-Air) with Ms Melly C Tenorio
738 DZRB AM Band, 8 to 9 evening class, Monday to Friday
Ampalaya (bitter gourd) and other
vegetables the child did not like to eat.
Ni Cles B. Rambaud
Ubing, ubing, ubing!
Ay, dina kaya ti paria
Napait, napait, isangsangitna
No isut’ maited a sidana.
Dina pay kayat ti karabasa
Pallang, patani ken parda,
Tangkoy, bilidan, mustasa
Tarong, rabanos, ken lasona
Uray sibuyas, kamatis ken laya,
Bawang, utong ken bungbunga
No dagitoy ti maipasango kenkuana
Ay, agkikinnamat dagiti luana
Agingga a gimmura dagitoy a makmakan
Didan nagpakpakita, didan nagparparang
Ti ubing, kimmapsut iti kasta la unay
Agingga nga intarayda iti ospital.
Sadiay simmarungkar ni paria
Ken aminen a kakaduana
Ti ubing inan-andingayda
Nga umis-isemen iti pannaturogna
A child hated ampalaya, and cried when forced to eat it. He did
not also like squash, winged bean, lima bean, batao, wax gourd,
mustard, eggplant, and radish. And he did not like onion, tomato,
ginger, garlic, string beans and fruits. Tears would profusely flow
if forced to eat these.
Until, this group of food got angry and left the child. As a result
he became very weak. He was rushed to the hospital. There
ampalaya and his friends visited the sick child and comforted him.
Not for long he was smiling in his sleep.