I Want To Know You

As much as my blog has grown over the years and my stats and engagement have increased this year, I still don’t feel like I have connected enough with you. Yes you, my readers and followers.

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Sometimes, Less is More

I know you’ve heard the saying “less is more”, a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe several times but do you agree with it?

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POEM| The Ultimate Goal Of Life

No matter
how happy life gets
the storm will come
to take it all away
because happy endings
are not really the end

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The Truth About Life

Life is a fragile journey and its end is uncertain. There’s a chance you may not make it every single day;
You leave the house and may never get back in.
You get in a car and you may never come out of it alive.

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5 Easy Ways To Overcome Writer’s Block

Have you been trying to write but the words just won’t come out? You’ve been staring at your PC but it’s been a blank page for two hours and you just can’t come up with the words. Don’t worry too much, every writer gets stuck once in a while.

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The Social Media World

In the social media world,
24 hours is considered an eternity
1,000 likes feel like you won the lottery
and 10,000 followers make you a hotshot

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POEM| A Smile

See, I have a smile on my face
but it’s not really a smile
This is my smiley face
my alter-ego
the one I switch to
so I’m not told to smile

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Why Do We Say Things We Don’t Mean?

I find myself saying things I don’t mean often not because I wish to lie but more because I have automatic replies I’ve constructed in my head.

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POEM| Ifs

Sometimes I wonder

if I’m a burden

if I’m fulfilling a purpose

if I’m barely existing not living

if I shouldn’t have quit that job

or turned down that offer

if I shouldn’t have used those words

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SHORT STORY| Not Again

A loud bang and glass shattered all around me. “Not again” was the first thought that came to my head. I was in shock but only for a millisecond this time. I grabbed my bag from the floor, held on tight to my phone, turned my back towards them and told my brother to drive.

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