Tag: writing

[On Writing] After a two-month break

[On Writing] After a two-month break

So after a two-month hiatus, I finally decided to add a post. I’ve been meaning to update my blog for goodness knows long but there’s this one big wall that’s pressing against my face and I can’t find my way around it. The wall is […]

Breaking out of the Writer’s Hibernation

Breaking out of the Writer’s Hibernation

As a lover of words and a student of writing, I’ve always had this innate fear that I would no longer have anything to write about. What I mean by that is, I would simply lose the desire to write. That anything I would ever […]

Finding your Genius

Finding your Genius

In a TEDtalk shared by Elizabeth Gilbert, she posed an interesting question about the nature of genius and artistry. According to the ever fascinating Greeks, genius stops becoming the little adjective we uttered out of reverence and admiration, but a noun, a subject that refers to […]

The release of writing

The release of writing

Sometimes I question myself why I write. Do I write for fun? Or for the hell of it? Or that I just have to do it because I’m lofty enough to regard myself as such. Sometimes, I have selfish reasons. I want myself to be […]

Self-Forgiveness

Self-Forgiveness

  Strike me, my muse for I have failedThe wonders in my soul keptFor I have tucked themhidden, like a lover’s heart My own words fail me and ravage me apartHow can I breathe lifeTo the visions unused Forgotten voices in my headthat shall never be […]

#ThankYouMa’am: The little Ollivander and the ‘Voldy’ Me

#ThankYouMa’am: The little Ollivander and the ‘Voldy’ Me

Bach in grade school, I was the regular quiet girl off with her own world, happy while the rest of the world ignores her. Had just two bestfriends and would stay inside the classroom during recess with a good book than terrorize the playground. One of […]