"i'll like a drop of rainwater refracting light...
and a dash of illumination across the endless dark too."

Sunday, June 2, 2019

balladino by sia

and baby you fall
a little piece of you

and it's a piece left in tact
a part that won't act
but it's overdue

so, you could just fail
you could lower your tail
and just lay down to die

but a sliver of hope
and a dream to elope
so sees my good eye

and i
i see your infinite and i
i see your definite
you push that shape-shifting smile
and as your defense falls
like your castle walls
it comes crashing down
it comes crashing down

but i heal you
you don't want love anymore
but you're drowning, oh
and i feel you
you shut love out evermore
peace surrounds you, oh

so, you could just fail
you could lower your tail
don't just lay down to die

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

"it has always been you."

once in a blue moon,
a random historical romance drama got one thinking about the idealistic notion of love

perhaps even if eternity were not an option,
and that one has to endure the crumbling sort of pain when it comes to parting,

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it may still be worthwhile in the end.


Wednesday, February 20, 2019


i'm off the deep end, watch as i dive in
i'll never meet the ground
crash through the surface, where they can't hurt us
we're far from the shallow now

mark . equal

Thursday, January 31, 2019


thought i found a way
but you never go away

i hope someday i'll make it out of here
even if it takes all night or a hundred years

need a place to hide, but i can't find one near
wanna feel alive, outside i can't fight my fear

isn't it lovely, all alone?
heart made of glass, my mind of stone

tear me to pieces, skin to bone
hello, welcome home

walking out of time
looking for a better place

something's on my mind
always in my head space

your eyes.

Sunday, January 6, 2019





Tuesday, December 25, 2018


the four-month hypothesis: an update.

little furred beast went off and play on its own.
a cute tuft of fur to say the least.
nonetheless, four months were all it needed -
for it to give up bugging me.


now i know.

Thursday, December 13, 2018

a picture paints a thousand words

painting a big picture is a daunting task.

from varying stroke styles to balancing the color tones - blending and harmonizing each layer on this seemingly never-ending canvas require masterly finesse - no less.

looking forward to the day where more fine artists join the ranks - so i may return to sketching my simpler, smaller art pieces... those closer to my heart... those where i can doodle without a care.

treading between both worlds in itself is already quite a challenge, what more to act as a portal and bridge?

times where i wish i never knew how much i missed out while i am painting... just so i feel a little better.