I started my blog over a year ago. I researched a lot prior to starting my blog. I was ecstatic the day I wrote my first blog post. It was like holding your first child in your arms. The feelings of joy and relief that fill your mind simultaneously. I believed in myself. I kept … Continue reading Building Again
I woke up at dusk, it was still dark outside but I was too excited to sleep. This is my second graduation ceremony, and am so proud of myself. Born in the 90s, I grew up in a close-knit family where you knew what's happening in each other's life including cousins. My family is not … Continue reading I Made It
The room felt empty and hollow. She could hear the echo of her frustration through the empty space in her room, banging in her ears. She let herself soak in the emotions that were hitting her all at once. She was angry. Jealous. Frustrated. Disappointed. Music always made her feel better. Not today. The music … Continue reading Holding On
I don’t usually post on Thursdays but I just had to today because I recently just reached 1000 followers and I am really so thankful for each and every one of them. All of you have incredible blogs and I thought that it would be an awesome way to celebrate if everyone shared a link to their blog and a little excerpt of what their blog is about. This way we can all communicate with each other, promote your own blog and you may find blogs you really like too!
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"What do you think about the LGBT community?" My sister asked me. She looked at me with an unreadable expression plastered on her face. We sat on opposite sides of the dining table. The dining table, a long brown table resembling one that you find in conference rooms. We had settled into a comfortable silence. … Continue reading Better Christians?
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I am a wall flower,
Very obvious but often unseen, unnoticed,
I am like a pebble on the road,
Or a fallen leaf being carried in the wind,
I live in the realization of my insignificance,
At least in the standards set by this world,
And so my days go by without much expectation,
Little to no hope…
But, yesterday you changed all that,
Yesterday you broke the monotony of my forever-unyielding routine, and created joy in my heart,
You remembered me even when you had so much more important things to think about,
For the first time in a long while,
My wings felt the wind blow through,
My feet dropped the heaviness of despair,
And for a moment I wanted to dance.
You turned me from a dull moth to a bright butterfly,
The sound of your voice the music that guided my feet,
In the universe created…
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I went to visit an old friend's neighborhood. Getting there is strenous being the place is located in a rundown area of the city. The streets are bustling with life, too much noise, buses hooting with traffic jam which is reduced to jerky movements. Traders air their merchandise on the sidewalks, smell of not so … Continue reading The Neighborhood
She woke up with a start for the fifth night in a row. The screams cut through the silent night, shattering the peace that existed. It is then followed by muffled cries and shouting from the man. The noise comes from the next building. She had just moved to this neighborhood and did not know … Continue reading Cry for Help
I am hurrying down the street, eager to get home. I am starving having not eaten since the previous night. I bump into one of our clients, Ed. My company and his company do business, he comes to our office from time to time. He is not only a client but also the guy who … Continue reading KRA