Solitary Loop (Part 1)

Static, pulsating with my mere heartbeat. It was surreal that I was still alive after a bullet had driven into my vitals. I pried my eyes open, welcomed by the glaring florescence of a typical interrogation room used by the higher-ups. My head was searing with pain and I felt no presence around me, partContinue reading “Solitary Loop (Part 1)”

Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

Another Murakami book from me, but this time I read one of his first novels- more like a novelette. The book started with a prologue of how Murakami started off his career, some of the elements there were covered in his other works. As usual, he has this nonchalant and light way of delivering theContinue reading “Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)”

Nine Hours Apart…

Pulsating with life, the beat of my heart was excited with the expectations of meeting her across the vast sea of distance after for a long time. I was prepared for the eight-hour flight with my sturdy companion- a book. Time was fluttering the pages of my book as I checked in and boarded theContinue reading “Nine Hours Apart…”

a million times

Sprawling wide across the cold hard ground, I was awakened from my repose, awaiting for the next dose of goodness from reality- the fragmented fabrication of pixels. I knew I wanted more of it, my body craved for it, the inner me made the choice consciously. I was in full control when I made thoseContinue reading “a million times”

a million pieces

“this is it…” nothingness engulfed me as the overwhelming waves of redundancy and comfort swarmed my conscience. “something is lost…” I was too caught up with myself, the things that I was doing, and I eventually lost it. somewhere… sometime… something…  “it is too much effort to care anymore.” I sighed as a plethora ofContinue reading “a million pieces”

The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer (Book Review)

This was my first lengthier book after a few months of light reading, this was somewhat heavy but not as much weight as I expected. The book was a fun, gripping read. The fact that it was un-put-down-able already beaten an average book. Stephenie managed to utilize every small detail in her writings, even theContinue reading “The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer (Book Review)”

Tick

Patrolling, a routine for us in the depths of the nights where silence, darkness and the resplendent moon light shone into us as we drove around the suburban areas, some covered in thick forests. Occasionally, we turned on the blue signals at the top of the car for fun and just to scare the shitContinue reading “Tick”

Full Moon

Somnolence reverberated through the salience of silence, breaking down the night into its demise, revealing the resplendent roundness of the full moon, glistening through the depths of the night. I stood at the door of my wooden house, seizing the door for support as my energy was slowly draining out of my system. A paroxysmContinue reading “Full Moon”