Walt Disney was fired because his boss said he lacks imagination. Abraham Lincoln returned from war with a lowest military rank of his nation. Thomas Edison was told he was too stupid and his future is dim. Michael Jordan was cut by his coach from his high school basketball team. You might be feeling down… Continue reading Gratefulness Beyond Brokenness
I apologize – For I imagined you coming back Me, waiting for you You, seeing me Us, making each moment a precious memory. Sorry – For I imagined myself holding your arms You, tapping my head Me, smiling at you Us, making our plans and promises come true. Forgive me – For I imagined you… Continue reading Imagine
My heart feels like jumping at the sound of my message tone Thinking that maybe, Rather finally, Your name as the sender will be shown But it's not there Seems like waiting for you will take forever Maybe it's true That I am not the one who deserves you Maybe it's real That in your… Continue reading Is It Goodbye?
They say it takes twenty one days Before an act becomes a habit. Does it also apply to doing nothing, To not admitting, To yearning, To ache for longing? Missing our 'good nights' and 'good mornings' And all our little sweet nothings. Until when will this silence be? For I do not know until when… Continue reading Silence
Who would've thought that an introvert like you Could be so close to an extrovert like me? You keep on smiling and listen to me attentively And it gives me excitement when you finally tell a story Who would've thought that a couch potato like me Could love workouts and appreciate physical activities? Like the… Continue reading Yours and Mine
To end the series on guest blogging for the month of March and to commence the April's theme: Prose and Poetry, join me with this so-much-feel poem as each rhyme will give us a sense of romantic excitement and each verse will cast one's mind back to or own experiences that once in our lives, we've loved and… Continue reading Umaasa, Naghihintay
Simple was I, muddy and stained. A complacent sinner that the world has blinded. Funny that I even thought I was kind and compassionate Little did I know I was a self-absorbed kid I thought I was good, I thought I was great At least I wasn't as bad as those on the streets. I… Continue reading The Love That Has Found In Me