The year 2020, despite all the unrest brought by the pandemic, was also a helluva ride in terms of new anime releases! Now being stuck at home was surely an ordeal for almost all of us, in my case I was stuck in my office—do my job there in the morning and sleep in a … Continue reading Anime Review | My Top 5 Anime for 2020
"It's easy to cut off a hand to save the arm when you can grow that hand back overnight."-Brittle, Sea of Rust Set in a post-apocalyptic world where robots now roamed the new Earth and humans have gone extinct, C. Robert Cargill's Sea of Rust follows the story of Brittle, a scavenger robot (an almost … Continue reading Book Review | Sea of Rust by C. Robert Cargill
If even for a moment I had the power to stop time, I would have taken that chance to freeze the last few seconds of December 31st, 2020 and used that extra bit to reflect on the things that I could have done but didn't and the things that I can still do. By doing … Continue reading This is 2021: A retrospective view at 2020 and a revamped New Year’s Resolution
Like the usual, I just got up today and went on with my daily routine without ever noticing that I have already reached the 1st of October—the beginning of this year's last quarter! The first three quarters sure made me get used to the unusual. With the quarantine and all, I have treated every day … Continue reading How is it the last quarter already?
Right from the start, we were taught how to be brave, resilient, and remarkable and that's how I will be. Some months ago, I stepped into this new world without ever thinking that what just happened would ever happen. Like all other starters, I was clinging onto the few friends that I have for me … Continue reading What it’s like to be brave, resilient, and remarkable.
"Sometimes we leave colors everywhere and I think that's beautiful." Blue. The first color that splashed in my mind when I was asked of a color that described me. It could be because of the blue skies, or the blue oceans, or the blue buses that passed by in front of me as I wrote … Continue reading sometimes we leave colors everywhere and I think that’s beautiful
Love ain't like nursery rhymes— Adorable, happy, jolly— easy. I wish love was a nursery rhyme, Then I wouldn't have to be singing Silly love songs with stupid lyrics About pain and heartbreak or even Happy endings that just doesn't sound Surreal. But love hurts like nursery rhymes. A-B-C... 1, 2, 3... I could sing … Continue reading Love and Nursery Rhymes
When a poet cries, the inks are his tears. He scribbles his emotions into words, and Pours his frustrations through a poem. When a poet cries, metaphors are his refuge. He makes a poem despite being broken, and Builds a haven out of those rhymes. When a poet cries, his shouts are unheard. His screams … Continue reading Sentiments of Frustration
But when oblivion calls, I will remember you and I will remember the feelings. So when a world starts anew after us, and we will exist in different forms, I will know you. The darkness once again blanketed the night skyAs the Moon rose to light with yet another sigh. “Eclipse! Eclipse! Oh, what have … Continue reading The Last Eclipse
"We are ensnared with this eternal curse. We can love, but only behind closed doors." "We're a world apart," crying, the Moon shed. The Sun argued, "It doesn't matter," he said. "I wanna stand close to you!" The Moon echoed. "You know you can't." The Sun reluctantly bellowed. The Moon kept crying as she pulled … Continue reading ECLIPSE