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Graduation 2014

It’s the night before graduation day. Naturally, thoughts will race through my mind. What have I learnt from my 3 years in Polytechnic? Who am I now? How different am I now? 3 years ago, I was a naive 17 years old. I have little self-confidence; I will stutter and mummer my way through a … Continue reading

Dear Future Husband, I’m Dying To Meet You

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Shutterstock Dear Future Husband, I won’t to ask where you are or what you’ve been doing, because your answer would be the same as mine. Preparing. Preparing your experiences, your stories, your quirks and flaws, to fall neatly in place with mine to make something beautiful. 
 Dear Future Husband,

After The Blasts Went Off, We Laughed

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
After the blasts went off, we laughed. First, though, we cried. Walking along Mile 21 in the minutes of confusion after the bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, I saw tears of frustration and anger and terror. We cried because we didn’t know what…

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Have you ever been broken? It’s irrelevant what breaks you—when you’re that crippled by your own absolute misery everything bleeds together anyway. A gulf forms, splitting distance between your body and the reality around it. The ground beneath you (that once felt so firm) is eroding in a rapid succession…


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