An emo imahe sa ispiho  Ay ako pinaka mabaysay  Nga tula kodi kay dali la iton mawara  Ma ini an orihi.. Higogmaon ko ikaw
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Translated into Waray-waray by Connie

Waray love poem

An emo imahe sa ispiho

Ay ako pinaka mabaysay

Nga tula kodi kay dali la iton mawara

Ma ini an orihi.. Higogmaon ko ikaw

An emo imahe sa ispiho

Ay ako pinaka mabaysay

Nga tula kodi kay dali la iton mawara

Ma ini an orihi.. Higogmaon ko ikaw

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Waray language

A small translation into waray-waray (Waray, Samaran, Samareno, Samarenyo), for just over three million people. The waray, or winaray, is a bisaya language of the Philippines. It is spoken in the regions of Samar, Biliran and Leyte. If this language has a significant number of speakers, it is mainly Tagalog that is found in the newspapers or books of the regions where it is spoken, because many waray-language authors choose to write in Tagalog.

Samar

Samar is a large island in the Philippines, always wild is quite poor. It has all the assets, with its paradisiacal landscapes, to become a first order tourist destination.

Original and visayan languages

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