My teacher for Precalculus gave us books for both notes and homework for the whole semester at the beginning of the year. Some students choose to color their cover and some don’t.Read More →
Church ends. Old ladies and grandmas approach you and ask the bone-drilling, nail-biting, apprehension-filled question:
“What are you going to do after you graduate?”
They inquire it with a hopeful, patient smile
All you can do is return a shrug and a few ideas
“What are you going to study next year?”
The last two words hang in the air
As the reality of time startles your soul
Awakens anxiety that trembles bold
Think about this through the mindset of a science fiction writer: what if children were an infectious disease? What happens if you’re diagnosed with children? Would it be like cancer, an incurable disease?
When your distastefulness of young kids meets some theatre teenagers with video editing skills, you get this video. Don’t get me wrong…Read More →
While I was a new driver, one of the couple of times I was picking up my friend to hang out, we were talking about my driving. She trusted me to be a good driver, even though I expressed my uneasiness due to having a lack of experience. She understood and reassured me that with time that anxiety will go away and that always being safe is important as well. One of us came up with the slogan…Read More →
Sat down in a circle of six of us, being there for you.
Crickets chirped. The stars were so beautiful and visible.
Two girls on both sides of you had their arms on your back,
For reassurance that they were there
Reminding you quietly that you’re not alone
We all prayed independently, sat in silence
Staring at you, then at the stars
It was a peaceful moment, yet my anxiety made me worry so bad
I didn’t know if you hit your head or if you had any critical injuries