The pitter patter of feet did it sound Running on mud and dirt she found Towards a big dreary house, little sue ran To her hardworking father she hurriedly rant "They called me dull boring and lame. Ugly, prude and a bit untamed So i punched and kicked with all my might To avenged my … Continue reading Papa’s Advice
It was 6:07 in the morning and the sun rose at the exact same spot as it always does - in between the sky and Gagoro River. To me, it always looks like an eye crying. Tears for us, perhaps? I hope so. Anyone living in Houto would understand, it is a quiet and odd … Continue reading Short Story: the prodigal son
It was cold and warm at the same time. It was weird to find comfort in both. I was just floating, giving up and letting death consume me. Being in the ocean felt like i was totally under the rule of the sea. The tranquility of the ocean blue waters did not scare me. Its … Continue reading Short Story: Immerse
Oh, toy maker, what are you making?, the boy's eyes shined with wonder. I made a fire truck, he said. Red as can be with horns that scream and big black wheels. Firemen need this to help people in times of trouble. What about this? The child spoke excitedly. "I made a doll" the toy … Continue reading My maker
In times of ridicule and trials, self-preservation is the only option of some. Good, if you have a firm and deep-rooted self-worth.
Being alone isn't as exciting and satisfying as it seems. Me-time is necessary but when do you need to realize when you need people? When you're about to break?
The first step to every success is the decision to believe that you can. You are capable or doing and becoming more than you realize.
"I want to go camping." Noel suddenly blurted out. He was still staring into space even after saying it. Emma nodded, "Friday, okay? I'll ask the others if they want to join." She grabbed her phone and texted their friends.
Am I never enough?
"Which way should I go? Which should I choose?" Life is a journey. My destination is not as important as how I get there. Whatever path I take is worth celebrating.