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Regretful Things

Inspired by the thing poems from Sei Shonagon’s The Pillow Book. You can read select writings of her’s here: The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon Translated by Ivan Morris. 405 more words


To achieve something, you need to get uncomfortable

There I was cycling up that hill in Ireland. Sweating as hell and wanting to give up. Just as I had given up multiple times yesterday and the day before. 409 more words



There is no such thing as the perfect moment.

Like most things, art, music, sculpture, writing and poetry are all about language. When we organise notes into a song, paint colours into swirls of interpretation, and form words into a play of thought and emotion, we are communicating. 439 more words


Sorry for intruding but can you let me in?
Would you let me, out of the blue, peer between the guards you’ve put up?
Would you allow me to see what lies beneath the front — that vulnerable child locked up, hiding, from the world. 29 more words

Literary Works

"What should I write about?"

Hey! How are you doing? This phrase reminds me of Joey(for the uninitiated, he is a character from the American Rom-Com TV show – F.R.I.E.N.D.S.) everytime I utter them or write them. 326 more words



My approach to
what ended up being us
has always been
an overcautious one;
tentative steps
forward, followed
by hasty retreats.
If you were anything… 19 more words


Hesitation's Demise

I didn’t know what the cost would be

of hesitating

waiting for a clear sign to move forward

to take that leap

into the unknown… 121 more words