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Posted: 02.06.20, 08:40:11

It was never a big deal if I stopped writing but in case you're interested why, feell free to read this out.  I've been suffering a lot of anxieties lately and never told anyone I did. I lost motivation at writing another chapter and poems so I've decided to quit for awhile. I last updated Midnight Thoughts on May 28 because I thought haven't updated for awhile. Everything was Read more...

Posted: 23.05.20, 09:51:03

When I first wrote Tears For August, I named the main protagonist as Ashley Whitlock. However, right after I finished the 3rd chapter of the book, I have decided to name her Agnes Welsh instead.   Agnes Welsh was a teenage American girl who was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder at the age of 13. She was born and raised at the town of Theramorie (fictional town) and later moved with her Read more...

Posted: 21.05.20, 12:27:51

Greetings!  So, I have decided to postpone Tears For August for now since I need to sort out something. I had been living in my virtual world for the past few weeks and for now, I just want to take a break from writing. No, I never run out of ideas‒I just want to take some break.  However, I will still be publishing some chapters on Midnight Thoughts and you can still reach out to Read more...

Posted: 17.05.20, 13:24:09

I was a deepy unhappy person if you ever wonder, and poetry had been one of my escapes. I wrote it poems to express my feelings and I express my feelings through poetry because writing is way more easier than telling others what I truly feel. Plus I wasn't that kind of person who really tell others what I feel. I was private when it comes to my own life because I didn't really want others Read more...

Posted: 13.05.20, 09:45:32

 “Fuck you, I was minor.” I scold him as he handed me a bottle of water. From the previous chapter of Tears For August (When nobody cares), it was revealed that Agnes Welsh was only sixteen and that was 2 years ago before August' death. It all happened back when Agnes had straightly swallowed the red wine as if she was drinking water‒making her look stupid around Read more...

Posted: 12.05.20, 09:02:23

WARNING: Just a quick disclaimer. Some readers may find this offensive due to an traumatic event. Please do consider that this was a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and events are the product of the author's imagination. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or person (living or dead) is coincidential.  For the continuing chapter of the "Saturday Routine", Read more...

Posted: 10.05.20, 08:14:01

I wasn't really affectionate when it comes to poetry until I turned 13. It all started when I was in 7th grade back in our English subject, when we had a project to write a tanaga. But as being one of the laziest in our classes, I waited until its deadline so I could be in rush. (I don't know about me but when I was in a rush, I get more creative) However, I ended up writing an "optimistic" Read more...

Posted: 09.05.20, 11:10:25

05/09/20  I had recently posted a new chapter of Tears For August entitled: Saturday Routine. And I had introduced another characters named Bob and Simon.   WARNING: Spoiler alert! Before you read this blog, please read the seventh chapter of Tears For August, thank you in advance.  Bob was introduced as the owner of the Route 44's conveniece store at the middle of Read more...

Posted: 08.05.20, 10:58:01

Some of you might be confused why August has to watch over Ellie Jones at the fifth chapter of Tears For August (To be Acquainted With Another Soul)  WARNING: If you haven't read the fifth chapter of Tears For August then it might confuse you more if you read this first.  On the current chapters of Tears For August, it was clear that August's famliy was not yet introduced and Read more...

Posted: 07.05.20, 13:21:17

At the year of 2017 when I was on 7th grade, our teacher told us to write a tanaga. (4 lines with 7 syllables poem) I wasn't a big fond of poetry nor I have wrote one so I took it for granted since we still have few weeks to complete that task. I took it for granted for two reasons. First is I'm lazy, second was because I'm completely and utterly down and unmotivated by the devastating Read more...
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