For today’s Mood Board, I’ve decided to repost one my favourite poems (self – hype much??) called ‘They Have Killed My Country and Murdered My God” \you brought the flames and you put me through hell // They have killed my country and murdered my God and called it collateral damage. They have buried my […]Read More Song Mood Board #4- Praying, Kesha
\smoke and mirrors keep us waiting on a miracle // you wake up it’s the same old life. seven steps from the bed to the shower the shower being exactly nine songs long four more songs to get ready six steps from the room to the door the three block commute takes about eleven songs. […]Read More Song Mood Board #3- Let Me Love You, Justin Bieber
\I hope some day I’ll make it out of here// here’s to the soft ones the shy ones the awkward ones the self-proclaimed dorks. here’s to those who overthink here’s to those who overlove here’s to those who overfeel with no middle ground of emotions. feel free the way you are you are whole you […]Read More Song Mood Board #2- Lovely, Billie Eilish and Khalid
\tell me all the ways to love you// my father makes the evening tea for my mother every day, without fail “too milky and too sweet”, she complains but drinks it with a smile anyway. my brother will risk my mother’s anger to get books for me to read and will then ask for reviews […]Read More Song Mood board #1- Troye Sivan, Lucky Strike
I’m going back to the beginning days of my blog when it used to be about books. I’ve been obsessed with #Bookstagram photos (they’re like my equivalent of slime) and I thought I should try them too. Two minor problems: a)My camera is shit b)I don’t know how to take photos. But I tried. So here are my books with orange covers and I’ll also try to review them.Read More ‘Orange’ You Glad I’m Back?
It’s me again. I think I’m like the distant relative you see once in a blue moon who come to a function outrageously dressed and it feels like you’ve known them forever. Anyway, it’s another year. It’s been 3 (???)(!!!!) years since I started this blog to channel my emotions and thoughts into the great […]Read More Year Roundup : 2018
This essay is a self-analysis of possibly my best poem so far, Before the War Came. I have always been drawn to the idea of ‘home’, in all its physical, literary, metaphorical, and symbolic meanings. This may have come from my own experiences in moving home and countries, which may have led to a strong […]Read More The Idea of Home