(Poem) Burning by Maya Daniel

Hearts are indeed, burning, Some with blazing torches Others with burning explosives Some with burning candles Others with fiery tongues Some with burning pens Flaming papers in red– There are Read More …

(Poem) Your Song is the enemies' nightmare by Maya Daniel

Your song will never be lost With the coming of sundown The night will be revolting From the thoughts that the enemies Are assaulting, in colorless image, Cursing the peacemakers Read More …

(Poem) Despite games played to entertain by Maya Daniel

Despite games played to entertain They are waging unjust war The country sides are under attack Still, and more treacherously By AFP’s US-inspired Oplan Bayanihan The country sides are burning Read More …

(Poem) renaming olden names by Maya Daniel

  the conquerors have renamed our village of Malabno into Wright. renamed our village of Mapanag into Roosevelt renamed our village of Sambuong as McKinley (now, known as Katipunan) and Read More …

(Trilingual poem) Puriwan na kamo Manarukmay by Maya Daniel

(In DAGIL, the ancient/archaic Tumanduk [Indigenous People in Central Panay] language, with direct Hiligaynon and English translations) e oka’t yabon Tunda do’t parina, Parina manug-alinton Alintuni doy si Sindaan Alintuni Read More …

(Poem + art) we only live where lightning burned the soil by Maya Daniel

we can’t live out of our lands, we only live where lightning burned the soil our hearts beat that anybody just can’t understand how can we live out of our Read More …

(Poem & Art) committed by Maya Daniel

you bonded your heart and committed to serve the people the enemies painted your name black as coal they hunted you that calls from home were painfully undone some thought Read More …

(Meet Mago Contributor) Maya Daniel

Maya Daniel is a pen name, living in the Philippines, in my 50s, and i am dishing out rebel poetry.