Harmonize

Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart. ~William Wordsworth Happy Monday, all! Wishing your weekends have been dazzling as I am back to my cheery old self. I mean not totally back, but slowly…slowly going back…to a cheery happy joyful side of me. Redundant it may seem but I don’t care. Anyways… Like the birds in Orlando and the oddity of blue bars, my … Continue reading Harmonize

Meddle

Beer Stories (continued): Falling in Love with Photography and A Woman Who Cannot Handle Her Drink She was pissed because she does not want to hear anything right now so she stood up and went to the photographers’ table.  A man was sitting there, looking at her blankly. She stared back in emptiness and begins to talk. “You alone?” she asked in a sleepy voice. … Continue reading Meddle

Bottle

Beer Stories: A Woman Who Cannot Handle Her Drink.  “Give her a bottle of liquor and you’re doomed,” a brother said. “You will regret it so don’t ever ever let her drink even a sip,” he added.  She laughed out loud. She was not aware of her actions and words with the influence of liquor. Irresponsible drinker, she would thought of herself. But it’s one … Continue reading Bottle

Portion

I stand in the middle of nowhere, waiting and not waiting for someone. I smell daisies from afar, roast chicken from somewhere, and some peanuts cooking just near me. I feel hungry but bloated, I feel irritated and uncertain, I feel nothing. Is this how it feels to have your whole heart to yourself? Am I being selfish for keeping it to myself? Then screw … Continue reading Portion