Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Have we really understood mental health?

                        Image by Finn via Unsplash
Before reading: these are based majorly on my opinions followed by my research on the topic. However, I recommend everyone to conduct additional research after having read this, as I am not a professional and even I’m new to learning this. Please get in touch with me if you encounter anything wrong in this content.
Use of self-harming terms that might be disturbing for some readers.
This week has added another topic in our chat groups and social media feeds. And as we continue to stay indoors, every topic we’re currently discussing has significantly occupied more of our time than it would do in our “normal days.” As a consumer on the internet, I’m usually very disturbed by the contents that float around every day. I don’t tend to react a lot on everything, but I can’t help it anymore and I feel like I should express what I feel about the whole mental health scenario. I write this with concern for any people in my circle, or beyond, who have experienced it and to the people who know of anyone who’s suffering.

Monday, August 5, 2019

c l o s e d

little by little those tiny drops of the late evening rainfall are all over my black t-shirt. it makes sense that an ocean is assembled of water drops. my clothes are soaked, so have the fingers on your feet when you dragged and dropped them on the monsoon flood, as soon as the traffic signalled to stop. I  hit your shoulders gently as you apply the brakes and your smell finds its way to my senses. 

Sunday, April 21, 2019

when summer's gone

I feel like I have stopped creating.

my summer's long gone, making me only sense the wrap of harsh winter.
it's no longer bright outside no matter how far the clouds travel to reveal the sun.

Saturday, February 9, 2019

h o n e y

one day,
you'll come to my room 

where I'm creating chaos
out of my hands by blending colours 
that remind me of you

Sunday, January 6, 2019


it's probably what I feel builds me 
after I'm broken, the remains come together again
one by one to form a new me,
like ashes of a phoenix coming back together.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

plan with me | november 2018


I hope you're doing well this season. I had mine amazing and occupied with festival and traveling plans. Sorry for being gone for so long. I had a couple of posts planned and worked but wasn't able to share it with you all. I hope to do so soon though.

Monday, October 1, 2018

plan with me | october 2018

Hi, everyone!

It's officially October, I'm so excited for this month to begin. I love that it's Inktober season and the festive vibes that comes along it. So here's me sharing the festive look on my journal.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

modern kindness

I don't know if I should visit those places
where you've just erupted,
and destroyed the areas
where I was supposed to build a home.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

d e c l i n e s.

your constant declines can't break what has already been broken
but they do help me face towards the sun
and never look back at you again.

Friday, August 31, 2018

plan with me | september 2018

I need some space this september.
Yup, that's exactly what I need now! 
So, here's my planner setup based on this interesting theme that I always wanted to tryout. 
I hope you enjoy going through this and find this helpful for your own journal.

Friday, August 24, 2018

a list of maybes.

for all the things that have been here
and those that are yet to be found,

maybe I could be at that moment I keep on wishing I were
and still end up ruining things.