How did I even become a prisoner of your yesterdays?

Today, I’ll stop sending letters and vintage photographs while pretending that I’m still in the ocean of your smiles. Today, I’ll walk away and never look back to the things we used to talk about but never made it to the horizon. Today, I’ll think about how loving myself feels much more than just loving…

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I love silence.

It is loud and pleasant. It is freedom and victory. It is peace after the war. That others spend a lifetime seeking for. – Kath Panugan

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I heard that you are broken.

To tell you, I was there also. And I don’t know how did I able to escape. One day I just found myself smiling thinking that the person who broke me is now feeling the same pain I’ve been through. Sorry, but equality was never been this satisfying

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Only in a Real Man’s Eye

When all the beautiful details of you Can be seen If a man will only question you With the things you lack He is not a man, he is still a boy Waiting for his monthly allowance – Kath Panugan

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A Refugee Soul

And in times of misery, Being prejudiced of my own soul A foreigner to my mind, A racist to my heart, And a criminal to my art Who can I still call home? No one. For even if how much I told myself Not to lose me. I still did. Again and again. – Kath…

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Ugly Warrior

I have dived through the deepest ocean, Walked across the valleys of fire Flew through the endless skies Fell to the darkest desert Tell me more, many, I have been I cried an ocean and broke as glasses I am fragile with no precautions But, I’m fearless, I picked up the pieces Can’t you see?…

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New Normal is Abnormal

I’m sick of it Clothes and fabrics Covering a masterpiece But I don’t have a choice What’s happening to the world? People are too careless Do heads produce saliva? Eyes got no brains Wrong…wrong…wrong… Don’t make it upside down I can’t leave this sick town Even if I want to see the dawn – Kath…

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