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To You Who Killed Me

By CJ Lopez

Midnight memories are haunting me
No more sunshines to feel the day
For no more day, or days.
I already forgotten to live… 71 more words

Life

Virtual Center | by Raissa Claire U. Rivera

Delia stepped onto the escalator leading to the MRT as she did every morning. Beside her, robots were making adjustments to the down escalator. As she ascended, she thought how lucky she was that robots could not do the work she was doing now, had been doing for the past twelve years, ever since she graduated from high school. 6,472 more words

Education

Thirty Minutes Before Midnight

Thirty minutes before midnight

Plump with a stillness, like the silent

Unrippling water after the youth’s

Boiling rage, bubbling and

Clawing its way out into the open air… 209 more words

Sa Pagitan ka Natagpuan

A/N: This is a entry for the Saranggola Blog Awards 2017

Masarap paniwalaang itinakda tayong magkita noong madaling-araw na iyon. Puyat ako galing sa trabaho. 1,035 more words

Travel

What I'm Reading Now

According to Goodreads I have six books on the go right now. It was seven yesterday but last night I finally polished off the thoroughly mediocre Cuentos Filipinos that I’ve had from the library for six weeks so far (pro tip: if you’re thinking of producing a collection of short stories as a pretext for an extended geography lesson, please think again). 1,023 more words

Miscellaneous

realignment

I’m kinda weirded out today. I showed my class at College of St. Benilde Rashomon to discuss cinematic adaptations and found them less than enthusiastic about the whole ordeal. 479 more words

Living

38th Manila International Book Fair Experience

 By: 恵理花 (Eri)

The 38th Manila International Book Fair was held last week from September 13-17, 2017. It is annual event where publishers, writers, book stores and bookworms gather. 635 more words

Bookworm