This is reality.. Just breathe.. Everywhere they sneer Your vision's unclear There is no light There's no one in sight The massive ocean Looks at you with disdain Everyone will frown Until you drown Far from the shore You can't live no more The vast dark sky Smirking and sly Your eyes filled with terror… Continue reading SUFFOCATION
Have you ever felt so left out? So not belong? How do you handle the rejections? What does it feel like to give your best without any appreciation from others? This is for you. I'd just like to tell you that I'm feeling those, too. But just because it hurts doesn't mean you have to… Continue reading NOT LIKE THE REST
All of us is a fan of something--a book, a movie, an actor or even a BAND. Obsessing (though we sometimes prefer "Dedication" than the O word) over someone, is such a bittersweet thing. We tend to become bitter because of the thought of not getting what we want--signed books, merch, concert tickets, and the… Continue reading THAT GIRL IN THE CROWD
Most of the times, our love for books make it to the point where we view life in a very idealistic way. We often forget that it's our job to write our own story--though not perfect, though not ideal--it's something real, it's something we can call us ours. Every night, I read a book Few… Continue reading FICTION ADDICTION
When you read too many novels, your ideal life has become more of a fiction than reality. When we read too much, we often forget to write and live our own story, we often forget that our book is as vintage as the best book ever written. This poem is all about that.. Surrounded by… Continue reading VINTAGE STORY
Have you really moved on if you still see your ex in someone else's persona?
I just finished reading Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler and it minced my heart into bits and pieces. The book left me thinking "Why there are people who get stuck between #1 and #2?" Why there can't be just one. Then, I remember this line from Colleen Hoover's Maybe Someday: "People don't get to choose who… Continue reading WHY WE BROKE UP
I don't want to like you because you remind me of someone. I want to like you because of you. Good thing, you're off limit. I can keep my distance.