june 2020 – monthly wrapup

hey! welcome to my monthly wrap up post where i look back and reflect on the shenanigans of life! i would love to hear how june treated you so do swing by in the comments! moments i’m proud of: i applied for a volunteer writing role within a newspaper close to my heart and roots. … Continue reading june 2020 – monthly wrapup

Being Love’s Prey

If you wanted to see me, you could’ve just said so. But tell me, how does one ask to see another, knowing in their heart, the other would rather not be there at all? When you are here, it feels like I have something to fear. Why would I fear the person I love? It … Continue reading Being Love’s Prey

book review: the undesirable by david boling

BACKGROUND || This book is a historical novel that relives and educates us about the Boer war from the perspective of a fourteen year old girl. SYNOPSIS || While the vastly outnumbered Boer commandos fight in the field, half a million British soldiers torch a flaming path across the South African veld. As they go, … Continue reading book review: the undesirable by david boling

the thing about life

life is too unpredictable to be complacent, and too beautiful to have to waste time burying regrets. we often wander around wearing masks that cloak our personalities, and speak in tongues that betray our authentic opinions. we settle for less because we want to please strangers and acquaintances, and cater to the envy, spite, gas-lighting … Continue reading the thing about life

hostage

i've been treading the path i've been taking at gunpoint but it's only now that i realise it's you that's been holding me hostage all this time. i would have traded my smile for yours given up sleep wasted away idle hours in your company obsessed over anything and everything with you sacrificed the rewards … Continue reading hostage