- A video of a guy performing his spoken poetry piece went viral on social media
- Netizens were touched and amazed on how the piece progressed up to the very end
- The video already gained more than 200,000 views on Facebook
A viral video is circulating social media, showing a guy belting his emotional spoken word poetry piece in front of other students. You might be wondering what's so special about his piece that made him viral. Well, you better watch up until his very last word.
The man in the video is Bernard Juanich, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication student from Far Eastern University Manila. He uploaded the video which was taken during an open stage event in FEU.
The viral video already gained more than 200,000 views and more than 4,000 shares on Facebook.He wrote in the video's caption: "'Spoken words. Hango sa una kong pag ka bigo. "Ang huli mong hinga na nais kong ibuga' 8/24/16".
His spoken word poetry piece hooked the audience because of the intense emotion of love and lost he injected in the piece. Though such subject is normally tackled in spoken poetry pieces, Juanich's version has the most unpredictable twist.
Netizens were touched and amazed by Juanich's spoken poetry piece. Here are some of the Facebook reactions:
Joyce Bagayao: “Ang galing ng twist, akala ko about relationship with your ex. Keep it up!”
CaitesLand Manangan Isidro: “Super High Hands Up Brader, ang sarap ulit ulitin tapos dadamhin bawat katagang sasabhin”
Maria Elleonore: “Congrats, Bernard! Ang galing mo! Idol na kita, okay lang ba? Hahaha, fan talaga ako ng Spoken Words Poetry and you totally nailed it! Nakaka-proud talaga. Malayo mararating mong bata ka”
Angelica Von Hizon Manalanzan: “’Araw araw naiisip kita. Nasaktan ako ng grabe alam mo ba? Dahil walang paalam ang iyong pag-alis na parang dumi na nawala sa paghampas ng mga walis. Nadurog ako nang ikaw ay nawala’”
Spoken Word is a form of poetry that is made to be performed rather than exclusively written. It is often associated with hip-hop culture but also touches on storytelling, monologue, and modern poetry which attracts audience, especially artists of all ages.