Do you hear that? At four this afternoon I will have my rendezvous with death at the lethal injection chamber. I pledge guilty to drug trafficking and multiple murder.
Then they rode back, but not Not the six hundred. When can their glory fade? O the wild charge they made! All the world wondered. Honor the charge they made, Honor the Light Brigade, Noble six hundred. Am I to Be Blamed? This is a moving piece about a young girl arrested for stealing. She pleads her case to the police officers and tells her life story.
Please let me go, let me go home before you imprison me. Take me to your headquarters. Just like any of your daughters. But time was, when I was reared in slums.
But we lived honestly, we lived honestly in life. My, father, mother, brothers, sisters, and I. But then, poverty entered the portals of our home.
My father became jobless, my mother got ill. The small savings that my mother had kept for our expenses were spent. All for our daily needs and her needed medicine.
One night, my father went out, telling us that he would come back in a few minutes with plenty of food and money, but that was the last time I saw him.
He went with another woman. If only I could lay my hands on his neck I would wring it without pain until he breathes no more. There Captain, see my dead mother.
There are tears in your eyes? Now pack this stolen money and return it to the owner. What good would this do to my mother now? Do you hear me?
Am I to be blamed for the things I have done? The piece is long, but filled with drama and raw emotion. The narrator or persona of the tale tries to convince the reader that he is NOT crazy and is justified in killing the old man.
The piece can easily be found in full elsewhere online, but here is a taste: The disease had sharpened my senses, not destroyed, not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute.
I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I heard many things in hell. How then am I mad? It is impossible to say how first the idea entered my brain, but, once conceived, it haunted me day and night.
Object there was none.Oct 26, · I AM THE YOUTH OF TODAY – Oration Piece Standard. By: Lovella Chris L. Palma.
Her shackles are those of poverty and inequality. Her chains are those of injustices, human rights violations, corruption, and treason. Akeanon (Aklan, Philippines) I wrote it for a local contestant. If you want to use this piece you may rewrite. Although poverty is a problem in The Philippines.
Reply 9. alamin mo muna ang totoo. it is a problem with all developing countries including Brazil. Even industrialized nations have their own share of poverty just like the homeless that you will see in American cities.
countries such as Brazil and South Africa are set to be a major economic. Read story I Speak for Democracy (a winning piece of an oratorical contest) by jeremaeee (Jere Mae Taganas) with , reads.I am a Filipino, who live and Reviews: Oratorical Declamation Questions including "What is a famous declamation piece" and "Where can you find oratorical pieces" Go.
Poverty of speech-- A negative symptom of schizophrenia. Collection of Declamation, Oratorical and Jazz Chants Pieces.
Blonde and Blue Eyes. When I was little, I wanted what many Filipino children all over the country wanted. I wanted to be blond, blue-eyed, and white. Jun 24, · My Favorite Declamation Pieces. When I was in high school, my teacher asked me to represent our school in an Oratorical Contest and I happened to love my two declamation pieces and I am glad to share it with you. But then, poverty enters the portals of our home. My father became jobless, my mother got ill. The small savings that my mother Reviews: Moderation / Criticism / Exposition / Exposés David Aaronovitch. Catholics try, rather unconvincingly, to show how conferring sainthood is different in principle to the pagan apotheosis (the process that made Claudius, for instance, into a God), but the distinction doesn't quite wash. .
Skip to navigation; Skip to main content; Declamation Piece- “I’ve been stood up on my wedding day” Honorable judge, gentlemen of the jury, people of the Philippines judge me, am I guilty or not guilty? Jul 31, · An Online Tagalog - English Dictionary Learn Tagalog or Filipino Language for free.