It is World Mental Health Day. For some, it is just an ordinary day, for others, it is a day of celebration; for commemoration. For some, it signifies a new beginning, a new start. For others, it is a day to thank their family members and caregivers and friends who stood by their side. For... Continue Reading →
A small faded grey wisp, Of a moth desperately clinging on. To the stained windowpane for dearest life, While the sun’s glaring rays wear it down. The engine roars like an urban jungle cat, Edgily jerking forward, bit by bit. Increased speed equals terror, For frail wisps rarely survive long. Flags flapping against heavy... Continue Reading →
The storm brewed and raged on and on, with lightning flashes across the sky. Torrents of rain poured from the vast and infinite sky, incessantly and endlessly. The sound of thunder struck fear into the bravest of hearts. It seemed like we would not make it through the night. But the rain slowly subsided, the... Continue Reading →
...Although I may not know what jobs are suitable for me after I graduate, I believe there is a vast array of opportunities waiting for those who are hungry for knowledge and to learn. I am thankful for having clean water and sanitation, and to be able to sleep in comfortable quarters every night. ~ Bella
....You put on a theatrical performance for everyone to see, And when you finally get home, you shed these masks and go back to being ‘ just me’.