Tag Archives: the daily post

Le Trac (Pick up that pen)

It doesn’t matter where you are — whether you are self doubting, experiencing burnout, hitting a writer’s block, you can always pick up that pen or set your hands to typing. You have many more stories to tell. Continue reading

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Finding beauty (from ashes)

I was going into my project just to be able pretty pictures, but in reality, photographers are scribes and messengers of stories that are yet to be told. Continue reading

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A blank notebook (Dream again)

I do not think I can pinpoint an exact moment when I lost my dreams. It was more of a process — like pieces torn off a canvas until whatever image it held was unrecognizable. Continue reading

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Beyond the door and into my history

The bedroom has seen me through times of happiness and times of madness, in times of sorrow and in times of joy; is witness to my seasons of uncertainty and my journey to clarity; a guardian to my times of creativity and frustration; a watcher of dreams conceived in my mind and awaiting the time I will give birth to them. Continue reading

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Jack of all trades, master of none.

Being praised as a “Jack of all trades” is nice; but what comes after, the “master of none”, was something that I eventually considered a curse. It was only lately that I have come to embrace this as an asset. Continue reading

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Too Late (Break the Silence)

It feels like walking through a one-way automatic sliding door, and all you can do is look through the glass of the past. There are those I failed to reach with love and they are not following behind me. Continue reading

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Letters and cats.

This Daily Post (that I decided to tackle at a later date) is reminiscent of a Plurk meme that I’ve done some time back: Object Lesson Sherlock Holmes had his pipe. Dorothy had her red shoes. Batman had his Batmobile. … Continue reading

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