To jump or not to jump. * * * Why do we need to lose certain things, only to realise its importance to us? When it has always been there, we take it for granted, assuming it’d always be there, assuming it’s presence is 理所当然. And then when we lose it, we mourn and regret. … More strain.
My mind is full of thoughts. Right now. And nothing seems to be right. Well okay maybe some things are right but you get what I mean. You know that feeling? It’s like chaos erupted inside you, and suddenly the song is too noisy and the chair isn’t comfortable enough and it’s too hot and … More static.
I’ve never felt this detached from home before. From everything back at home. I hate this. I hate that I am here and there’s nothing I can freaking do. I hate that I can’t even pay my last respect. I’m so sorry I can’t be there. When you say goodbye to someone, you really do … More :(((((((((((((((((((((((((
I ran down the stairs as fast as I could, because there is an urgency in my mind and I was ahead of my colleagues. However, I was halted abruptly halfway down. He had a gun pointed at the hostage he was holding, but he pointed it at me when I appeared in his sight. … More nightmare.
I have had it since Form 1. When I was 13 years old. Today, I realised it has reached its end. No matter how many times I press the ‘on’ button, the screen remained blank. It accompanied me throughout my PMR, SPM, A Levels and university first year exams (Thank you for surviving til I … More RIP :(
I have just made a huge decision that would affect the next 4 to 5 years of my life. And strangely, making that decision seemed normal. Ling San asked me today, aren’t I scared about going overseas alone? But quite frankly, the fear and dread of not wanting to go has always materialised at the … More the rainbow after the rain.
The thought of all this ending in exactly one month’s time is crazy. No more frustrations over maths and chem. No more blank minds when I see bio questions. But until then, the thought of it all crashing down in one week’s time is even crazier. One week. I have never felt so unprepared. I … More we change our opinion on things when it happens to us.