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 Setback for A Setup

Debut post by her. Gracefully weaved by a wacky yet delicate writer, untamed by life- Jean. Go and show her some love: @ceejaywhy If there is one thing that I have ever been too mindful for, but now I regret it, it only boils down to how selective I was when it came to deemingContinue reading “A Setback for A Setup”

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (Book Review)

Gravitating into the life of Paul- the author and the story of the book, I experienced how is it to be him, being in his shoes for about 200 pages and getting off after that. That experience is intriguing and gave me a little but thorough insight on being a doctor and a patient inContinue reading “When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (Book Review)”

Balloon Twisting

Share some love to this ardent, pundit photographer and his brilliant post idea by visiting and follow his Instagram:  key_to_kye Full length photo below: “Kye, wanna go to do something fun?” Deb said in her cheeky voice as I was driving us back home, I did not reply, “… something different?” I was wearied fromContinue reading “Balloon Twisting”


Beep. Beep. Beep. A rudimentary morning, routine clean-up to be done. My mind was still groggy, not a single noise was interrupting yet with these quiet wee hours after a peaceful sleep. I got up, running auto-pilot, got myself cleaned up and made a cup of morning joe. A distorted voice muffled into my head asContinue reading “schIzOphreniA”

Hair Dressers

Snip. Snip. Snip. There went some of my hair. Snip. Snip. Snip. Another chunk of me scattered unto the ground. Snip. Snip. Snip. Professionally paused her meticulous hands to measure, to look whether that cut was on point or not. I sat there, vision blurred because my spectacles were off during the whole process. All I could do was toContinue reading “Hair Dressers”

A Cavity, A Loss.

Leaving the aperture of lights, darkness greeted me with its wondrous embrace, I laid my bow down at the edge of the wall, leaning my back against the wall, with my heart at the cold slab of concrete. One step into the shadows of the past, one step closer to the impending closure of theContinue reading “A Cavity, A Loss.”