Two separate roads who never cross I heard someone ask me If she was my friend Right? We laughed, we did crazy things We loved each other Right? I heard someone ask me If she was my friend I laughed and didn’t reply We laughed, because I faked We did crazy things, because I pretended … Continue reading Poem: two separate roads who never cross
I want you to I want you to take me to a march and see the justice that I feel I want you to read my poetry so you understand the deep me I want you to do the routine I do every morning so you understand why I care so much about self love … Continue reading Poem: I want you to
Know the truth but see your life turning upside down or accepting a lie? A book about mystery and real friendship, 13 minutes is worth reading!
The book I will be reviewing today is the 5th wave by Rick Yancey. Surviving on your own is hard especially when your entire family has been taken away from you. This well thought out story is worthy of putting on your to-read list. I usually don't read fiction but I bought this book after seeing … Continue reading Book review: the 5th wave
It is spending the entire morning finding the right words But then the occasion when it could've been sent, is over It is opening a bottle so the alcohol will drown the wounds But drowning before the first glass It is having a perfect night of selfcare with the thought of actually sleeping But finally … Continue reading An infinite crush: a poem
The book I will be reviewing today is Hopeless by Colleen Hoover. Talking about sexual abuse, love and traumas, this book is touching but with a fantastic storyline. Sky Davis is a teenage girl who lives with her single mother when she starts high school, for the first time ever after being homeschooled her entire childhood. … Continue reading Book review: Hopeless
I am not friendship material I will hurt you I am not relationship material I will leave you defeated I am not material For anything But maybe I don’t have to be Maybe I don’t want to be Material Lace, or velvet Who says I only can be one kind? Let me be lavet I … Continue reading Lavet: a poem