You were gone too soon Like a fleeting kiss of summer When trees start to bloom And there are flowers everywhere You gifted us a moment Of pure bliss and innocence You were gone too soon And with you a piece of our heart How can we wake up in the morning Knowing that you … More You Were Gone Too Soon
He became a part of our home when I was in grade five. That was twelve years ago. My mom took him in exchange of a fat hen. He was black all over with only a speck of white on his tail. And I called him Casper – after the very first puppy I had … More Casper, The Friendly Dog
Today is Mother’s Day. But aside from my nanay, there was this woman who made a mark in my life. She passed away last Friday. It was inevitable and our family has come to accept it. But it still hurts. At first, I felt numb when I heard the news. She was rushed to the … More So Long
As sure as death, you sneak into my life. Like a tranquil storm, you steal my heart. I cannot remember where I end, where we begin. All I know, the fragile thread that binds us will soon wear thin. As those who depart, our shared past will turn to dust.
Desire sets our compass; real life steers our course. One of my most favorite moments in this lifetime – meeting Mitch Albom. I was in college when I first read his book, The Five People You Meet in Heaven. It was recommended by a good friend of mine. The experience was surreal. I’ve always … More Awestruck
I suck at giving reviews. But I’ll try anyway. I don’t normally write one, especially when it comes to books that I really like. But for this one, I’ll make an exception. So, what do I think of John Green’s “The Fault in our Stars”? Epic. Simply epic. I understand that this is a heartbreaking … More The Fault in Our Stars: “A Review”