I know, I’m weak

I want to die. Perhaps you have always heard these words from me before or read this awful statement on my previous blog posts. No, I’m not telling this to seek a little bit of your attention and care or to receive words of encouragements that you think might help my soul to at least feel…

I’m tired

I’m tired. I’m tired of recalling those nights when I heard shouts from my parents’ room at 3am. I’m tired of knowing that Mom and Dad’s priority was not us. I’m tired of seeing them with their new families. I’m tired of looking at my nephew’s sad eyes, longing for attention and for real happiness…

Send help

I arrived in the place and quickly went down the plane, “Finally, I had a chance to visit my dream destination!” I was drained, so I checked in the nearest guesthouse and napped for almost an hour. I woke up and noticed changes, everything was different, including my room, my bed. I was prisoned somewhere…

It’s over, I guess.

I slept 4 o’clock in the morning, and didn’t mind the fact that we will have our first meeting for our Afro-Asian theatrical play at 8am in our college’s lobby, not even afraid with the piso–per-minute policy, which served as penalty to those who will come late. I did not intentionally slept at that exact time, it’s…

Soon, he’ll fade away

“He’s not in our world”, you said.   I. It was a sunny Wednesday afternoon, when you last saw him displaying his perky smile; throwing nonsense punch lines and witticism, which gave you positivity and pleasure. And since that time, everybody thought he’ll act the same on the succeeding days. As day had passed, you’ve…

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“I always wanted to rest!“ I mean, to lay down, in a soft and hoary bed with chrysanthemums and daffodils, and beautiful candle lights. Until I’ll close my eyes, gently; to taste comfort, and harmony.

That was not me..

I am not me, when I start to think of miserable stuffs. I am not me, when I’m home. I am not me, when I  laugh exaggeratedly like Madame Watson’s 6am car horn. I am not me, when I gaze at an open-window for 7 200 seconds, like a 100 year-old Grandpa; who’s humbly waiting…