Short Stories

Chapter VI: I’m Torn

Anj, a bookworm and a self-claimed moved-on woman who doesn’t love the idea of loving someone – again.  She’s been through a painful heartbreak with her boyfriend for 10 years.  Surrounded with funny guy and gay friends, will they be able to convince her to give her heart a chance to love and feel loved… Continue reading Chapter VI: I’m Torn

Prose & Poetry

Maine’s Poem To Alden

Wasn't able to watch AlDub for so long until this noon. The part where Maine, in her teary-eyed facial expression read her written poem to Alden left me both overwhelm and dying of kilig. I agree with the other hosts of Eat Bulaga in Broadway when they asked, "Kalye Serye pa ba ito?" and "Aktingan pa ba?" Seriously, I never felt… Continue reading Maine’s Poem To Alden

Life Lessons · Relationships

An Open Letter to The Guy Who Made Me Doubt And Fear Love

“One thing though, I never opened up myself to anyone. Since then, I never believed that true love exists. If it’s existing, maybe it’s not really for me. Whenever I thought of going into relationship again, I feel happy and excited at first but will eventually be scared and turn down the idea.”


moving on

‘Twas more than 13 years since we were introduced to each other in a university organization together with our respective group of friends. I look up to you a lot since that day. You were already in your senior class while I’m just beginning to experience the hardships of college life. You were already on the top leadership of the organization while I’m just starting to blend with different kinds of people and embrace the culture of the team.

We became part of the same dance group and shared unforgettable memories during practices and events. Even when you already quit the dance group due to heavy academic requirements, you showed up at the end of every rehearsal to accompany me commuting home late at night. You were there at the library during your break time, sitting on the same table as I am while we were reviewing for final…

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