Tom Rodriguez gives unique gift for Carla Abellana on her birthday

Tom Rodriguez gives unique gift for Carla Abellana on her birthday

- Kapuso actress, Carla Abellana recently celebrated her 32nd birthday

- Her boyfriend, Tom Rodriguez decided to give her a unique gift for this year's celebration

- In an Instagram post, the actor shared the poem he wrote for his girlfriend on her special day

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Carla Abellana celebrated her 32nd birthday just recently and her boyfriend Tom Rodriguez decided to give her a unique gift this year.

KAMI learned from entertainment website, PUSH that the actor uploaded a poem that he made for his girlfriend on Instagram.

He captioned his post by commending Carla's strength and for giving him the inspiration that he needs. Tom wrote:



oh how naive was I

believing it defined

that your beauty was all gilding

though brilliantly designed

now my lenses refine

to see you recombine

true beauty is in rebuilding

so rise, my phoenix, rise!

For the background, the Kapuso actor included an illustration of Carla portrayed as Phoenix from X-Men, which explains the title of his poem.

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In a previous report by KAMI, Carla Abellana excitedly disclosed wedding details with boyfriend Tom Rodriguez.

Carla, or Carla Angeline Reyes Abellana in real life, was born on June 12, 1986. She is a Filipina actress and commercial model who became more popular for her role in the Philippine adaptation of the Mexican telenovela, “Rosalinda.”

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