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.Read More
I saw you at the station right before you jumped on the train. You were dressed in a suit even though it was ninety degrees outside. You looked pretty serious like you had an important meeting to get to, but you saw something on your phone that made you smile.Read More
I feel like there’s nothing for me here
but still, I try
I try to help people when I can
I try to read a new book every week
I try to keep a smile on my face
I try to learn from everyone I meet
Worrying or pondering over something we need to get done is customary for almost everyone. Perhaps we worry because we are afraid of the unknown, because it takes us away from our comfort zone, because we’re waiting for the right moment, or because we feel incapable.Read More
On a peaceful day
I take a look out the window
the day is bright
and the sky is blue
I try to write
but the words won’t come out
In the darkness, she doesn’t need light to see him because she knows the shape of his face, the width, and pointiness of his nose and the distance between it and his lips.Read More
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
See, I have a smile on my face
but it’s not really a smile
This is my smiley face
the one I switch to
so I’m not told to smile
Sometimes, it’s best to speak up.
Sometimes, it’s best to be quiet.
Sometimes, it’s best to hold on.
Sometimes, it’s best to let go.
In celebration of World Poetry Day, I’m sharing my poetry writing journey with you. I published my first prose in May, 2017 and my first poem in June, 2017. The poems I wrote initially, were a release of emotions I felt at that time.Read More