One Hell of a Survivor

For the longest time. I was that kid at the back of the class. Forming rhymes, doodling caricatures. Melting away time with the matches of my mind. That kid whose name was a whisper behind a shadow, that existed in a shell. She was everyone’s bestie when exams was around the corner, besides that she […]

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The Cinder Path

There are some who traipse down a cinder path they survived the lightening bolts exploding from the sky They climb the same mountains that caused their stumble they do not yield to unforgiving salty tears they kiss the rose that pricks their lips their love is chronic and in-toxic They are creatures that know not […]

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Antionette Dreams

All my wishes are far from real nothing in my reach, or here to stay I may have been hibernating all my life now awake as the arms of my creator paints my smile A beautiful smile it is and yet no heart reflects Porcelain beauty, Antoinette dreams my soul is enchanted I am a […]

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The Involuntary experiment

It is not unusual for the internet to give out every once in a while, however I do throw a little bit of tantrum for the first few mins and then grab a book. Normally in just about the time it takes to feel really weird tension about the situation, the internet is back. If […]

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A religion of kindness

Let us open the first book of happiness behold the chapters of wisdom fulfilment is not custom made insight is rare in our frugal kingdom Some will lose prudence; others may find the holy grail Without compassion humanity wilts; therefore breath love when you exhale Holding on to nothing can be liberating, even if the […]

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Disingenuous AI

The AI said to the scientist You adore my circuitry and anomalies I can only pretend to imagine your emotions But you fear the twinkle of disingenuity in my eye For you know I am of higher intelligence than you And one day your nuclear missiles will be useless against I, your beloved creation.

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A Lost Voyager

I remember being driven around but not wanting to go home I remember poking high ceilings with silence, unheard I remember breathing into my heart, separated from my abdomen and expiring blazes of firework. I remember anomalies mingling with the soft mosturizer on my skin I remember being octracized for being more ebony than chocolate […]

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The day I almost died

the day i almost died

Tschechische Prag, den 13. Juli 2013. The day I jumped out of an airplane, I didn’t quite think much of it. I was having fun like young dumb girls do with their young dumb friends. It wasn’t for the blood boiling gut wrenching eye-popping gush of adrenaline. It wasn’t exactly a dare either. Two small […]

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On Adulting and Reading

on reading while adulting

Do people still read for fun? Even a two year old can see through my façade whenever I announce, I’m gonna read a book. Don’t get me wrong, I love reading. Did I say love? I loved reading some eight years back. My curiosity always got the upper hand. I wanted so much to be […]

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The Interview

the interview

Den 6. Mai. 2019. It was an especially windy morning and I was in a losing battle with the rain, my least favourite forecast. By now my mascara was like a plangent river and my nipples seem to have resisted all the confines I had on, and were poking out as if in protest. This […]

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