Reports

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Part 1Scene 1Narrator: Isang mahirap na bata na nagngangalang Gab ang nakatira sa isang barong-barong na bahay dahil sa kahirapan at nakakakuha lamang sila ng pera dahil sa paglilimos ni Gab. Minsan ay sinasaktan sya nga kanyang mga magulang kapag kunti lang ang kanyang nalimos. Dumating siya sa bahay nila at naabutan niya ang kaniyang ina na nagsusugal.Gab: Inay! Narito na po ako.Gab: Mano po, Inay.Elisha: Oh! Sha.. nasaan na ang nalimos mo?Inay: Pasensya na po pero... (Biglang sinabunutan si Gab)Elisha: Sa susunod, ramiramihan mo ang paghingi ng limos kundi hindi kita papakainin! Wala ka talagang pakinabang! Walang kwenta!Gab: Pasensa na po Inay! Tama na po! Pakiusap!Narrator: Habang umiiyak si Bruno ay dumating na ang kanyang tatay na lasing.Gab: Mano po tay.Jose: Ano! Umiiyak ka nanaman, lumayo ka nga sa akin, ayoko sa mga bakla!Narrator: Habang umiiyak si Gab ay sinabi niya sa kanyang sarili na gagawin nya ang lahat para matangap sya ng kanyang mga magulang.Gab: Simula ngaun pag sisikapan kuna ang lahat ng bagay para matangap na ako ng aking inay at itay.Narrator: At doon nagsimula ang pag sisikap ni Gab.Tesi: Gab subsob na subsob ka dyan sa pag tatrabaho ah? Tapos ano lahat ng kikitain mo ibibigay mo lang sa inay mo para ipang sugal at ibibigay sa tatay mo para ipang inom?Gab: Hindi po sabe naman po nila mag babago napo sila.Narrator: Nag simula mag sinungaling si Gab para hindi mapahiya ang kanyang inay at itay dahil pag na balitaan ito ng kanyang inay ay panigurado sasaktan nanaman ito ulet.Narratot: Makalipas ang ilang oras umuwi na si Gab sa kanilang bahay upang mag pahinga. Dahil sa sobrang kapaguran ay nag kasakit ito.Narrator: Gaya ng dati naabutan padin ni Gab ang kanyang inang nag susugal.Gab: Inay! Andito napo ako. Mano po.Elisha: Oh! Bakit ang aga mo umuwi? (Pasigaw na tanong ng kanyang ina)Gab: Pasensya po inay may sakit po kasi ako.Elisha: Anong sakit sakit! Sabihin mo Tinatamad ka lang!Narrator: Pinaalis ang kawawang batang may sakit ng kanyang ina upang bumalik ulit sa pag tatrabaho.Elisha: Hoy! Umalis ka at wag kang babalik dito hangat wala kang dalang pera!Narrator: Gaya ng sinabi ng kanyang ina, Umalis ng bahay si Gab. Pero dahil nga may nararamdaman syang sakit ay hindi nya kinayang mag lakad hangat sa bumagsak sya sa isang tabi.Aira: Gab! Gising!! Tulong!!!!!! Tulungan nyo po ako!Narrator: Makalipas ang ilang minuto ay may tumulong din sa kanila. Dinala nila si Gab sa Bahay nila Aira kala Aling Tesi.Narrator: Inalagaan nila ang kawawang bata na si Gab hangang sa ito ay gumaling na.Tesi: Kamusta na iyong lagay Gab? Okey kana ba? Kaya muna ba?Gab: Opo Ate Tesi okey na po ako. Salamat po. Onga po pala Ate Tessi sino po pala ang tumulong saken ma dala papunta po dito?Tessi: Ah. Yung anako ko idoy si Aira. Alam moba grabe sya mag alala nung nakita ka nya nakahandusay sa kalsada. Sasusunod kasi Gab mag iingay ka pag di muna kaya wag kana mag trabaho. Wag mo aksayahin yung lakas mo sa mga magulang mo na wala naman inisip kundi...

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