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Unmet Nostalgia

“Have you ever been nostalgic over something you’ve never had the pleasure of experiencing ?”,she asked.

“Like what ?”, he asked amused.

“Like feeling a summer breeze as you walk down a narrow trail in the woods, roaming on a damp morning of a foggy winter day with someone who matters, being warm to your core even in the chill. 52 more words

Sad

XVIII

The girl I look after does not love herself, I asked her today.

She pointed out what she thought were her flaws

and imperfections.

My strong voice went mute. 105 more words

Poetry

Unreciprocable

Pananagutan kita.

Hindi ko alam pero sa dalawang salitang iyan lumiwanag bigla ang mundo ko. Habang ako’y halos maiyak na sa kinauupuan ko dito sa grandstand, ang kaninang sobrang daming bagay na naglalaro sa isipan ko ay tila naglaho. 3,441 more words

Tagalog

XVI

The voice spoke sweet and low

Drawing me closer to the cage

“We wont change your voice,

We make it stronger,

Dignified,

Come here

We will help” 157 more words

Thoughts

Why do we fall out of love?

There’s really no such thing as falling in or out of love. Love is not a box you can crawl into. Love isn’t a hole you can escape from. 443 more words

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17:11 // iRant: langauge

I would like to take a moment to question why Russian nouns have to take different forms in different situations like

Languages

Free Summer Stories

All three of my Short Story Sundays books will be available for free download on the Kindle App from RIGHT NOW until Midnight Sunday (That’s 3 full days only folks!) 28 more words

Writing