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Of Wishing Wells and Flowing Fountains

| May 12, 2013

I like wells best of all. I imagine them full to the brim with wishes; hardly able to contain all the hushed yearnings of lovers and beloveds. Should one stick his head inside, the sibilant swshswsh can still be heard amidst snatches of whispered longings. How do they make wishes come true? I never toss [...]

Flowers would have been too easy

| February 13, 2013

Most years, I let Valentine’s Day swish by without a peep. Maybe it could be over faster if I ignore it completely. I’d stay home if I can to avoid the terrible traffic and the senseless need for people to celebrate it. Needless to say, it is my least liked day of the year. This [...]

Weekly Gratefulness List (October 4 to 10, 2009)

| October 12, 2009

– 5 movies and a play! The past week had been a visual treat for me. I rarely get to watch movies so I must say that it had been an extraordinary week indeed. I started with a movie marathon on Sunday, watching three Spanish films (yes, I was all over the Spanish filmfest), and [...]

On Stage 2

| September 14, 2009

Suddenly, after much struggling to compose myself in the past days, I am gripped with the urge to scream. The kind that could burst either my lungs or your eardrums, whichever came first. I want to scream so loud that the mere force of sound coming out through my throat, my mouth, would be enough [...]

Quota Reached. Better Luck Next Lifetime.

| July 23, 2009

Time to accept the fact that there are things I will never be good at, no matter how hard I try. Time to quit. Besides, I have reached my quota of heartbreaks in this lifetime. So that’s it. I am never falling in love again. *accepts defeat *throws towel in There will always be things [...]

On the flu and falling in love

| June 18, 2009

It had been a while since I last had a major flu like this that a part of me really was not surprised. My twisted logic has concluded that it is but due. I must be the only weird person to do this but I kind of treat illnesses as a cyclical freak of nature [...]