Choose Yourself (a poem)

I’m choosing myself, to step away from the responsibilities and be selfish. I’ve done this too many times too scared to look at freedom and dove back into the dark cage. I’m tired, but more duties to fulfill sure will force me to do things I can only succeed and not fail. I can’t believe … Continue reading Choose Yourself (a poem)

Getting to a Better Place

I went skateboarding in the sunset, and the greyness of the sky afterward reminded me of the emptiness I feel most of the nights. Missing numerous sunsets is the cause of my misery because I need the orange glow to keep my soul alive in the monotone darkness. I REALLY NEED IT. I NEED TO … Continue reading Getting to a Better Place

A Letter to the Future

I admitted my limitations and the strength of my opponent, but knew that I had the energy to push myself to achieve the next serve. All I could see and feel was the game at the moment. The world felt so colorful, and I could even see all angles of the gold flakes in the … Continue reading A Letter to the Future

The Smell of Victory (a poem)

Today I won against the lukewarm wetness evaporated by an invisible sun. My face, comfortably dry and capable of standing on its own out in the open and not hiding under the blankets; the arid smell of too good to be true.

The Nice Things (a poem)

none of this belongs to me i walked amongst the nice things; the pure blue sky and the creamy sunshine, the eloquent shadows stretching on the road relaxing with the glowing green leaves. but I saw my smile in the emerald sparkles deep in the bush and the red shyness of the new born leaves. … Continue reading The Nice Things (a poem)

A Self Care To-Do List

If the only way for you to be happy is getting into your dream school, you will never make it: because the reward that you are dreaming of won’t survive the distance of time. In the final month of college apps and semester exams, I know that all the high school seniors need to be … Continue reading A Self Care To-Do List

Missing Him

The picture had a missing corner when I stood on my balcony today. Happy memories. The thirst for the fluffiness of the clouds to be tangible, and the coldness of the concrete that was once bearable, the moments and scenery of the cloudy sunset all to myself.


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