Loose Tongue Poems: 2001-2013

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10 thoughts on “Loose Tongue Poems: 2001-2013

  1. Chenley Cabaluna Chenley Cabaluna says:

    4 in 2016I started reading this last year and I just finished it recently A good read, not boring and relatable specially to people like me who just wanted to read poetry while relaxing and just wanted a time off in my adult responsibilities doesn t have extensive in depth knowledge re it 4 in 2016I started reading this last year and I just finished it recently A good read, not boring and relatable specially to people like me who just wanted to read poetry while relaxing and just wanted a time off in my adult responsibilities doesn t have extensive in depth knowledge re it


  2. PATRICK PATRICK says:

    Loose Tongue is such a sophisticated collection of poetry It s too beautiful and elegant.


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Loose Tongue Poems: 2001-2013 [Reading] ➵ Loose Tongue Poems: 2001-2013 ➼ Carlomar Arcangel Daoana – Polishdarling.co.uk Loose Tongue gathers poems from twelve years of Carlomar Arcangel Daoana s lyric engagements outside of his three previous poetry books, including a handful of works that haven t been collected since Loose Tongue gathers poems from twelve years of Carlomar Arcangel Daoana s lyric engagements outside of his three previous poetry books, including a handful of works that haven t been collected since their initial release in literary publications.

  • Paperback
  • 92 pages
  • Loose Tongue Poems: 2001-2013
  • Carlomar Arcangel Daoana
  • English
  • 13 July 2017

About the Author: Carlomar Arcangel Daoana

Carlomar Arcangel Daoana is the author of two poetry collections Marginal Bliss and The Fashionista s Book of Enlightenment Both were finalists to the National Book Awards He served as an associate for poetry at the UST Center for Creative Writing and Studies and a regular panelist at the UST National Writers Workshop His recent works have appeared in Likhaan The Journal of Contemporary Literature, The Philippine Free Press, and Guardian.



10 thoughts on “Loose Tongue Poems: 2001-2013

  1. Chenley Cabaluna Chenley Cabaluna says:

    4 in 2016I started reading this last year and I just finished it recently A good read, not boring and relatable specially to people like me who just wanted to read poetry while relaxing and just wanted a time off in my adult responsibilities doesn t have extensive in depth knowledge re it 4 in 2016I started reading this last year and I just finished it recently A good read, not boring and relatable specially to people like me who just wanted to read poetry while relaxing and just wanted a time off in my adult responsibilities doesn t have extensive in depth knowledge re it


  2. PATRICK PATRICK says:

    Loose Tongue is such a sophisticated collection of poetry It s too beautiful and elegant.


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