Spontaneous

It was a cold night. The coldness of the air had started to creep through my flesh. Yet on the inside I felt warm and accompanied. I knew right then, that I was… Continue reading

Numb

Time seems to be moving slow for me. My thoughts continue to escape me. I couldn’t write anything nor figure out what it is. I walk, but it feels like I was barely… Continue reading

A Note To You

Is it your eyes that I first felt a deeper story in you? Is it your laugh that sounds sarcastically happy when you really do? Is it how your eyes seem to fathom… Continue reading

Space

Originally posted on The Renegade Press:
Have you ever stood at the entrance way to an attic left cluttered and disheveled and thought about just how beautiful the space could be if someone…

Liebster Award

Thank you Dom’s (Thoughts from a Rambling Psyche) for nominating me! These are the rules –  Thank and link the person who nominated you. 2. Answer the questions given by the nominator. 3.… Continue reading

 Life After a Break–

Lately I have been or have read articles on things only people who recently come out of relationship can relate to, ‘hugot’ lines for fresh breakups, and etc. So I’d like to share… Continue reading

Hakbang Ibig

Ako’y nagmahal, Ako’y umibig, At ako’y ipinagpalit. Paminsa’y iniisip, kung sino o ano ang humigit, sa naramdamang pagibig. Pinaasa, ginamit, inibig, Ng isang lalaking, mataas ang panaginip. Noong una’y puno ng galit, Ngunit… Continue reading

If You Forget Me by Pablo Neruda

Originally posted on ART FOR NOTHING:
If You Forget Me I want you to know one thing. You know how this is: if I look at the crystal moon, at the red branch…

Fly Out (Interactive Poetry)

Since I participated with Thoughts from A Rambling Psyche (interactive poetry), here is my take with the three words he gave (Fly, River, Time). Day and Night, I try to hide, In that flowing… Continue reading

Curiosity

Originally posted on kelzbelzphotography:
I’m so scared to let him in. Terrified beyond your widest imagination but I want to. Time to let curiosity take over