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 tattooed your name in invisible ink. In the right light, I synchronize my vision to your letters. Like a lighthouse in the abyss, you navigated my soul to think. The stars longed for your companionship. I was simply a UFO, searching for a heart to come in peace. Now the galaxy is my fractured … Continue reading Wednesday Writes: Night Light
How many rose petals should I pull apart before you love me? If I could only love you in my dreams, how long should I sleep?
I’ve been in this place so long. All this rent, in the form of time spent. Friendzone woes. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, ever since my last flame burned me into postmortem. All these feelings I harbor for relationships. So heavy I hope it doesn’t sink this ship.
Class is back in session. This time around, I'll be sharing ways in which you can develop your audience. Create Content Consistently Content is the currency of the internet. It's a noisy marketplace where a sea of advertisements and updates flood various timelines. Add to the fact that people's attention spans are getting shorter by … Continue reading Class Notes: Helpful Advice On Growing An Audience + (a bonus doodle)
You’re the playlist I drive to. The very notes I write to. The same tunes that soothe and uplift my mood.
I turn 22 in 22 days. I found an old memo book and the first page contains a short letter I wrote to myself. I forget what motivated me to write this, but it still resonates with me even now. Whenever you get the chance, I would suggest that you write a letter to yourself. … Continue reading A Letter I Wrote To Myself