It was at a Gloria Jean's. We had a blueberry cheesecake and iced mocha to share -- not that these details were important. There were other important things, like the imminent sob-fest I was entering. "T", I began. "I really think I'm going to fail." The last word came out in a ragged breath, leaving my lips [...]
When someone tells you to take the risk, you usually take it seriously and think: What do you need to do more to step out of your comfort zone, what you need to push to redefine the limits you have set for yourself. I've learnt that taking the risk can also mean stepping back and closing certain doors. [...]
He woke up to the news that she had jumped from her flat on the seventh floor in a central location of their nation. She was gone. What else was gone was an emotion -- there was a notable lack of anguish surging from him; no tears and no externalization of the breaking of his [...]
There's a jacket tossed over her knees, but her knees still feel the bump-and-grind of the table, the underbelly of its cold surface, gliding across her thighs. The fleece of the jacket isn't enough to prevent that squeamish feeling. She knows that there are wars and famine and military violations; heroes stripped of dignity because [...]
though I am so full I am so empty / bursting at the seams / walking along those beams.
He breaks into half, splintering across the silence when his son speaks again. | an original
Outer order contributes to inner calm -- Gretchen Rubin I know understand why they say that having a messy desk is the key to some form of disorganised, chaotic, downward spiral of a downfall - because we human beings understand the world we live in by windows - our own eyes, our own sight - [...]