Ghosting

I do not know how to start this piece, and there I go, haphazardly, simply idiotic, letting someone on a pause. Stupid, I am purely, genuinely a coward. She knew some of my feelings for her, she gave me time, yet I squandered it utterly. I am a coward, a weakling, or any other words […]

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Final Letter to Her

Dear Lerr: If you are reading this, probably never, it would be after your flight to Korea, or after your studies in Korea, I do not know. But, I just want to wish you a safe flight and a wonderful experience studying in Korea. It is just pure irony, not everything in life is fair, […]

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Meeting Her

The aperture greeted me with her serene demeanor, unexpected, unprecedented, she was right in front of my eyes. I was dumbfounded for a second, did not know how to react, I greeted to her, and to them. We were the judges for the Chinese Singing competition that was held in my previous school. She was […]

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Temporary. Gone. Forever.

The coruscation of her reflection, the monitor shone in the dead of the night, my pupils dilated when her image materialised from thin air. Shimmering in the stars were the hopes, and memoirs of a distant past that felt as if it had happened yesterday. I reached out to touch her, regretting about the impromptu […]

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Tangled Skein

“Terima kasih, Uncle!” I paid the taxi driver some extra tips and made my way to the convention centre where the choir concert will be held. There were two main reasons, I do things with reasons adhered to them, or else I would not waste my effort, time and energy to do so. First, was to […]

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A Letter to Her

I just don’t know how to start off this letter, you made me clogged in my writing to you and what to speak when meeting you, I am so lost on how to face you. I felt dejected day after day, waiting, just waiting without any actions to you, I did not know what would […]

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Her

Bornt into a world where double-standards exists, sexism is outrageous, injudicious prejudice are promulgated in the human society. Me, as a her, is nothing but a grain of sand in the beach, a drop of water in the vast oceans. You, as a he, is nothing but the very same species that of a her. […]

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All We Don’t Know (Finale)

Thunk. The piece of stale bread rolled towards me, drips of drinkable water fell upon my head, signifying me that was meal time. This happened at sporadic hours, I tried counting, but failed because when people were locked in an constant environment, people would tend to lose the concept of time. I lost track of […]

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