I’m back with my poem, The Brightest Star Pt. 3. Last month, I made a poem for you guys based on a film series that I watched before. This part is from the other person’s POV. If you haven’t checked the previous one. Here’s the link for Part 1 and Part 2 Continue reading “The Poem: My Brightest Star Pt. 3”
I’m back with my poem, The Brightest Star Pt. 2. Last two weeks, I made a poem for you guys based on a film series that I watched before. I wanted this second part to be more approachable so I made it like a story, not like the usual poem. I hope you guys could be in the poem, feel the character, or relate to this poem. Continue reading “The Poem: My Brightest Star Pt.2”
Hi, everyone! I’m back!
I wrote a poem for you.
I was inspired by a film series that I watched for quite a few times already,
Enjoy! Continue reading “The Poem: My Brightest Star”
I still don’t believe there is an unconditional love, human with compassion. If there is anyone with that kind of capacity, it will be one in a million. I never saw anyone on that extent, I always think that love is always filled with reasons and without them, there is no love. Love will die with time, so I make this poem to express it:
I am dedicating this poem for girls and boys who has problems with unrequited love. A problem that is so personal that sometimes kills you from inside. Been there, done that guys. So here it is:
“I stopped waiting for your call, your text: a message, a breath. I let myself start wishing we’d never met” – Niocra Kladsflem
If you love someone, it doesn’t always mean you have to make them yours, it sounds very cliché. Many people is now believing that when we love someone, we have to chase them so hard until they get them as a boyfriend/girlfriend. If they are rejected, they will find another to be hunted and try to make them as their honey. For me, this looks like a hunting season which I found very inconvenient, disturbing, and pathetic.