What’s Left

the core of an apple worn out bristles a broken guitar   the end of a chapter strands of hair on my sheets what’s left of you   lipstick stains on a coffee… Continue reading

When Breath Becomes Air

I was transferred to the ICU. Part of my soft palate and pharynx died from dehydration and peeled out of my mouth. I was in pain, floating through varying levels of consciousness, while… Continue reading

Healthy Oatmeal Muffins

Baked oatmeal muffins last week and they were delicious! I was skeptical at first as healthy food is often known to be unappetising but I was wrong! These muffins were soft and fluffy… Continue reading

Songs from the Heart

We tie ourselves like balloons and kites to nylon strings like vessels and boats to iron rings like passion and dreams to reality.   We hold ourselves hostage to frivolous opinions, smother ourselves with… Continue reading

MusicSG

It’s shocking how I have only recently discovered MusicSG, a treasure trove of our local musical work. Administered by the National Library Board to archive and digitise various Singapore musical works i.e. published by Singaporeans, produced in… Continue reading

The Protaganist

Bring me to somewhere tranquil; where the pristine waters have frozen over forming a gigantic blue-tinted mirror, where the gentle rays of the sun nourishes the withered flowers giving them a second chance,… Continue reading

The Lover’s Dictionary

The Lover’s Dictionary – David Levithan’s first novel for adults. He took a huge risk with this one, breaking hearts into fragments and letting the reader step all over the lovely mess. It… Continue reading

Written on the Body

“The hole in my heart is in the shape of you and no one else can fit it. Why would I want them to?” When was the last time you were obsessed with… Continue reading

We started something, didn’t we?

Read more, write more? Was that what I wrote on that tiny slip of paper when we gathered on New Year’s Eve? I remember us seated around the long rectangular table with pens being… Continue reading

Magic

call it magic, when i’m with you