I’ve never been good at writing poems
and I think I’ve said that enough. Yet for some reason, every time I feel something so intensely, I still decide to channel this feeling into phrases and sentences that rhyme.
I don’t remember when I wrote this one, but damn son, whoever the subject of this poem is, you must really be despicable lmao.
Continue reading “Flames (on the side of my face)”
This may be the most cliche/basic blog post I’ve ever written. But hey! There’s no harm in sharing the things that made my 2018 better.
This list will contain three favorites from the following categories: music, TV series, and movies. Yes, I’m aware that they’re all related to pop culture. To be fair, though, I am a slave to pop culture.
Continue reading “2018 Favorites!!”
It’s been three years since Maple, a (former) stray kitten, had decided to stay in our residence for good. Not much has changed about her, except for the fact that she has ballooned into a fat ball of fur, kind of like a stuffed animal that had too much stuffing put into it.
Continue reading “Three Years of Maple”
In one of my development journalism classes, our professor would always ask our opinion on different national issues
(in exchange for incentives). Since I took this subject around the time when the 2016 elections were taking place in the Philippines, most of our discussions revolved around the credibility of journalists, fake news, and the mass media.
This is one of the questions given by our professor, as well as my opinion on the question. Continue reading “On Journalists and Journalism”
Being sad may be one of the worst feelings out there. But then, there comes a moment when you just want to listen to gloomy songs even though you don’t feel sad at all because, say, the weather is perfect for listening to sad songs. Here are the 10 “sad” songs that I listen to whenever that moment comes.
Browse through the list, read through my understanding of the songs if you’re into that, and let’s drown in melancholy together.
Continue reading “Sad Songs for Rainy Days”