There’s tragedy in her tears. Fault lines in her fears. My dear, a deer caught in headlights. A constant red traffic light. When will she realize that stars above want to shine like her?
I haven't blogged in a while. There's a myriad of excuses and circumstances that I can expound on. For the sake of simplicity, I'll admit that I've gone through self-hustle fatigue yet again. Even this blog post, which is both an update and a roadmap concerning the future of the blog, has gone through multiple … Continue reading I’m learning to draw
I read an article about modesty culture and wanted to vent my own frustrations about it.
Personal tips on how to gain your footing as a writer.
Using an ironic twist on generalizations, the poem deals with the insecurities that arises from social media. All of my friends are polished instruments.I’m the out of tune guitar;the broken string.The forgotten ear worm squirming in sound systems.I’m every dissident chord that disrupts listening pleasure.I’m the washed up, ego-driven musician with a horrible voice.Always making … Continue reading All of my Friends
Graduating earlier than expected. In a previous post, I mentioned that I was taking both high school and college courses at the age of 16. After doing some reflection, I think it’s appropriate to provide some background information on what exactly caused this change at such a young age. It all started around sophomore year. … Continue reading The Letter that Changed Everything
A man trying to make the right decisionWhere do I go from here? Greetings, random reader. If by luck or God’s grace you made it to this post, then I hope you stick around for a while. You see, there’s a lot going on right now. My mind is a battlefield and the conflict gets more complicated … Continue reading At a Crossroad…