by / May 25th, 2016
Literature, Love & Relationships

I looked up at her and hesitated, before carefully approached her. She was hurt, I could tell. She was huddled in a corner, and her head buried between tucked legs. Her long mahogany hair shielding her face from the world. Leaning my face against her legs, I called out to her. I want her to know I am here for her. That she is not alone. Slowly, she reached out and pulled me into a tight embrace. It was a little tight, but I did not mind at all. She feels warm on my skin, and I can tell she really needs me right now.   The “she” whom I have been referring to, is none other than Sherry. She's a really busy person, and almost never at home with me. Even when she is, she stays glued to her phone. She means the world to me. She's shown me…

A Primer On Being Normal

Opinion, Singapore

Submitted by Joshua Chan “Normality is a spectrum” Someone special once told me this. I hope you, who reads this,…

by / May 23rd, 2016

Coming Out Of The Bathroom

Humour, Lifestyle, Opinion

There is one room in my house that every single visitor has been to. And no, it is not my…

by / May 21st, 2016

Everything, And Nothing At All

Literature, Love & Relationships, Singapore

Everything, and Nothing At All   I want you to tell me everything. “Everything?” you’d ask in disbelief. (I hesitate,…

by / May 19th, 2016
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