Author's note: Forgive the juvenile style of poetry. I've caught a flu and it seems that the flu has also taken over my brain. Typingletter gave me a few lines to start this poem though. Anyways, I was just running out of ideas since I got sick. My right hemisphere will be back for a … Continue reading Shades of gray
I've been giving myself ultimatums for the last three weeks of being jobless. It's either: 1. I will apply for another position; 2. Enter Graduate School; 3. Work into the BPO Industry; 4. Just wait for a little while. As I wait I'll try to participate into job fairs; or 5. Be a couch potato. … Continue reading The Jobless Chronicles – Part 1
I have been traipsing around in my own stage, bluntly speaking.
Unfathomable lights swirl around his dark eyes as I try to stare him down. Even in his worst I find it appealing. For once, I thought it sparked. Or I guess it's wishful thinking. I feel deeply unsettled. What the hell is he thinking? Damn it. As I try to uncover his secrets, he suddenly turned … Continue reading Enigma
Seems half of the life I've wasted Deafened by the echoes of silence Dulled by the bluntness of hatred Burned by the embers of violence Standing, I wondered, If anything seems to be worth it To all those quests I've conquered, Those days of darkness that I've forced up to lit. And so it came, … Continue reading Untitled
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Having company is nice, but sometimes being alone is even better. Growing up in an authoritative environment, I was taught, I played, and I learned to find comfort inside the four corners of our home. I also discovered the perks of living in my own world. So now, you can consider me an introvert. As … Continue reading On introversion