There goes a crackle Then a pop The night sky brightens in color As faces turn and look up in awe Kids pause their game of tag Parents look up with a grin As lovers go into a make-out session While the night sky shines down upon those Who stare up in awe In awe… Continue reading Sparks of Color – Fourth of July
This rusty old boundary here has protected me from the bad… yet also shut me out from the good. The good being opportunities in life, innocent promises of a good time, and most of all… freedom. Freedom from the loneliness within this fence I call home. Freedom from the eternal hell for which I live through, constantly, every… Continue reading Fence
Dedicated to: Sara Ann Corbett It’s been a few years too long Day after day Year after year Memories remain in repeat Loop after loop As time only appears to tick on Where are you? Where have you gone? It’s been a few years too long, When will I ever see you again? Where will… Continue reading Will I Ever See You Again?
You want to know how to write a masterpiece but don’t exactly know the right way to go about it? You’ve came to the right place. Well actually, the right post. All what I have been doing for the past three weeks was writing short stories, and surprisingly a lot of people enjoy them. Sorry for… Continue reading How to Improve In Writing
“Ohh my god dude, this is gonna be so funny.” One of the guys in the handmade, blue cardboard car snickered. “I know right? Finally gonna be able to get our own McDonalds, in our own ‘car’.” Another joked. “Are you sure we should be doing this though?” The male in a red stripped shirt… Continue reading Short Story #2 | Cardboard Prank
“I was driving around looking for my friend’s party when all this sudden this fat-looking dude crossed right in front of MY CAR without any hesitation whatsoever! Man, you have no clue how much my blood was boiling at that point-” The American ranted out on over his small mobile phone, leaving a certain Brit on the… Continue reading Short Story #1 | Driving Issues
INFJ. Considered as one of the most rarest, yet most misunderstood sign in the list of the MBTI. Otherwise known as “The Advocate”, they make up less than 1% of the population. Even so, they say INFJs leave their own little mark on the world one way or another. Whether I shall take that piece of information as a blessing or… Continue reading MBTI: Welcome to My World