My Breakup Story is written by Earl Matthew Fontillas and shared with The Ugly Writers under the theme Oh Snap! for the month of August My Breakup Story Among many different things I have tried in my life,…
Everyone has a happy ending in fairytales but in reality, life isn’t good at all times, it is like a roller coaster there are many ups and downs. Some days, I was the moon who would light you up in a dark and most days I’m just an eclipse waiting for someone to light up my gloomy night.
I've carried this along the way. It was hard for me knowing that I don't have anyone to share with. But since you are my little buddy, I choose to open up to you than to anyone.
I hate you. You may not know this but sooner or later you will. I don't want to see you or be with you because you're spoiling my limelight.
She was raised in a fresh air place, Taught to live with values and strengths. Being brave and can stand by herself, Also taught by her loving parents. She is a jolly person, but sometimes a fragile one. She is…
She is the girl Who doesn't see her worth
Dear self, I know you're thankful Not only for the blessings you have But also for still standing and fighting Trusting that what you started You will surely finish it.
I was addicted to gadgets. From smartphones to cameras, phone accessories to personal computers and gaming consoles. I was in an exciting yet dangerous freefall. I only realized it when I maxed out my credit card.
Smooth seas never made a great sailor. Being in a relationship was never promised to be easy, just like life - it can be rough.
I have always believed that in making decisions, especially the one that is about chasing our dream, the most important thing is our happiness
There has been a lot of science regarding understanding one's self. From biological science to social science, the concept has enticed a number of philosophers across time. And it has both eluded and enlightened them.
Through the years, we have been branded by our religious views, gender preference, skin color and body shape. We create standards for each other to be socially acceptable.