The profoundness of every single experience you have, with awareness, will alchemize who you are- most of the time and almost inevitably, that heals and emerges as love and light.… Read More A reply to my friend’s letter about people
Photo by Ozge Karabal from Pexels In last week’s poems, I restricted myself by following the word count recommended by @Streetwritersofficial. Again, Streetwritersofficial is a community on Instagram where writers’ and poets’ works are featured. This week, I don’t really feel like being constricted by word count. I think, due to hunger and thirst from fasting, my emotions… Read More Undressing Facades Through Poems
Was this by mere freewill because I want to play tough and prove to the world I can also make it? Was it by fate carefully designed by some invisible force for my highest good, or just a random series of coincidences that in the end hold neither significance nor value?… Read More Freewill? Fate? Coincidence?
I have been writing poems using the prompts from @Streetwritersofficial. Streetwritersofficial is a community on Instagram where they feature writers’ and poets’ works. They also give daily prompts with word count that writers/poets may follow. The experience allows me to play with words and be creative! I’m excited to share this after the feedback I… Read More Poems (2nd week of April 2021)
I have been writing poems using the prompts from @Streetwritersofficial. Streetwritersofficial is a community on Instagram where they feature writers’ and poets’ work. They also give daily prompts with word count that writers/poets may follow. The experience allows me to play with words and be creative! I wasn’t into poems but it’s been fun! Here… Read More Poems (1st week of April 2021)
It reflected the vastness of my consciousness.
It showed me my fears, ill-wishes, and glitches.
It showed me the depth of the things I always cried about.
It showed me the ugly things I didn’t want to look at.… Read More What I Saw in the Mirror
“A student once said, “When I was a Buddhist, it drove my parents and friends crazy, but when I am buddha, nobody is upset at all” — An excerpt from the book “Wherever You Go, There You Are” by Jon Kabat-Zinn What is the common characteristic of people who leave a remarkable mark in this… Read More I have a question for you
What if I tell you the person you think you lost is really not gone?That as long as you have them in your heart, they live on?You really didn’t lose anything.In fact, you have all the beautiful cherished memories with them that continue to inspire you, serve as life lessons, and make you the person… Read More To those who still grieve
In the midst of your own battle, you search for that thing that will make you go sane.Sanity is what makes you like yourself when you look in the mirror.Sanity is when you hum to your favorite happy songs.Sanity is when you wake up in the morning, thanking your God or the universe you are… Read More Sanity
110 days of isolation13 more days of promised freedomI, embracing the coming to lightGoodbye to a found loveWelcoming my divine 9188 days of existenceSome weeks and days since I bought this mug for coffeeIt used to be a pairFor me, and for him Agonized, but I’m fineRainy days will come and passI wonder,Does love find… Read More Coming to light