Moving into a flat can be an exciting time for any teenager. You finally get to have a slice of independence, have your own room, and begin your life of adulthood. When you meet your flatmates everything seems great at first and they seem so wonderful to live with. But soon enough you’ll realise there…Read more »
I wanted to get a first hand perspective on what people go through when it comes to mental illness.
The mainstream media and their terribly biased coverage of the election made it clear that their “agenda” was pro-Clinton. I’ve found the other side to the story, the one the media likes to keep hidden. Check it out here.
Would you want to go to sleep if you knew that you wouldn’t even remember your own name when you woke up? There would be no memory of the past or any idea of the future. You wouldn’t even know your own name. You might wonder why I ask such a shocking question, but this…Read more »
The bright lights, the smell of a new city, and a fresh start. By day downtown is the heart of this booming city. Cups of coffee, greeting friends with a smile, and a biscuit in one hand. Crumbs fall on my lap as I watch the people go by in the street. A lady asks…Read more »
I take my seat at the graduation ceremony after rushing around trying to find a toilet. I squeeze past people through the narrow aisle and sit down. I keep trying to remember the rules. Shake the first person’s hand, but don’t shake the second person’s hand. Also don’t trip over. What if I put my hat…Read more »
I liked the way your t-shirt smelt. The fragrance of soap, and a hard days work. I held this piece of fabric close to me the day we stopped believing. We don’t share songs or joyful words together. We are constant stars drifting towards separate galaxies. Now you stare at me with taunting eyes, and…Read more »