“I don’t know who I am but, like many adults, I’m happy lying about it. There is no choice but to convince ourselves we are someone. But nobody truly knows who they are or what it means to be, not completely anyway.” Can’t remember the situation behind this one. But I remember saying it, it was… Continue reading Things I’ve Said #4
Author: Valerie Thomas Genre: Auburn – Outcasts & Underdogs Auburn: Outcasts and Underdogs follows a group of unpopular high school freshmen as they start a band and grow. The story is centered around and is narrated by Ashley Nimzovitch. We follow her as she battles with bullying, struggles with her identity, becomes a competent… Continue reading Auburn: Outcasts & Underdogs (Review)
I have always been the kind of person who hates asking for help. That is because most of my life I have done pretty well helping myself, and because of that I had learned that there is nothing I couldn’t figure out if I put my mind to it, no challenge I couldn’t overcome and… Continue reading The Value in Asking for Help
“It’s not a plan if it depends on the improbable, it’s a wish.” This I said while watching a frustrating cricket match.
“I don’t want someone I can be just happy with. What would be the point? I want someone I can also be sad and miserable with. That is beautiful.” A friend of mine told me this a long time ago,since then I have said it a lot. I never forget the moment, I still remember… Continue reading Things I’ve Said #2
“Its okay if things aren’t happening now, its okay if things never happened in the past. It’s also okay if they don’t happen tomorrow. Seriously it’s okay, because the future isn’t finished.” I can’t remember when and how I said this. But as soon as I did I wrote it down and forgot to mark… Continue reading Things I’ve Said #1
Authors: Diamza, Delve, GM Nova, Sapphire, Poetic Vixen, Chiemeka, Thandolwethu, Trvze, Vintage Write, Jay Kophy, Mayor Mimi, Maira Wolfe, Jade Novelist. Compilers: Jade Novelist & Maira Wolfe Genre: Poetry South African poets Jade Novelist and Maira Wolfe team up again to bring us BLVCK INK, a compilation of poems from under dozen African… Continue reading BLVCK Ink(Review)