SOMEWHERE, IN A place she does not belong, she feels her throat burn as the syrup slides down her tongue. sip sip sip Only once, she had told herself. Just this once. Four scraped walls gape at her; only a shattered window to her left. sip sip sip The magic begins only when she closes … Continue reading Sip, sip, sip
• must i caress the wind or must i let the wind caress me? [ must i take action or must i let nature take it's own course. ] i am charged with bullets that could burst through a shield of emotion but i have stored them away in my fanny pack, because the fire … Continue reading The Sin Lies in the Heart
i stare at my hands a lot. it's an old and admittedly annoying habit of mine. every spare minute of the day, i'm staring at them. you would think that i would have some philosophical sort of explanation as to why I do this but I don't- it simply budded off from biting my fingernails raw … Continue reading The Wall of Handprints
17 things I tell my 17 year-old self when I need motivation- It's never too late. If you don't do it now, you probably never will. Happiness is a choice. Challenges are good. They make you a stronger person. If it's not a priority, push it aside. If it's not a priority, it can wait. … Continue reading 17 Points to Boost Myself
Sit down, cross-legged on the floor or lie down with your back to the ground, whichever you find comforting. Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. Slowly count from 1 to 10. And imagine yourself looking at the universe. Your surroundings are pitch-black with stars twinkling in the distance from millions of miles away. On … Continue reading How to Get Rid of Bad Thoughts
she walked into the classroom on the first day of school and her aura was already radiating with grace. for a moment, all the 10 year olds around me stopped and stared. with her little brown eyes, her straight black hair, her translucent white skin, her heart-shaped lips and her british accent, she was already … Continue reading I Think You Would Fancy A Purple TARDIS
After 17 years of observing the little specifics of the universe, I have come to a conclusion that the world is far more complicated than we thought. Textbooks talk about human evolution and how we've come to a point where we have all the answers at our fingertips and how life is a sequence of … Continue reading Alice, why would you leave Wonderland?