Its objective is to promote poetry/spoken poetry, writing stories, support of Filipino writers, to uplift Philippine literature and to give inspirational drive to all students to read and write.
The workshop also focuses on composition of spoken poetry; writing poems traditionally or in modern form. Some of the topics include:
1. Why we write?
2. Techniques to fight writers block
3. Image, Symbol and Metaphor
4. Length and Rhyme
Buka also aims to educate students regarding current issues of the country.
We believe that writing and spoken poetry is not just to about entertainment, but also to educate and celebrate how rich the Filipino culture is.
“We are the historians, writers of the future, story tellers of our generations and pride of our people.”
Buka is ongoing and scheduled this coming Aug 30 at Informatics Cavite and Sept 3 at CEU Manila. For invites and inquires message us at Kalye thoughts.