The end has come—what do you do?

539303_10151199321008980_2129807385_nDay 29/30
when all you could do
is stare at the window
and constantly wonder
where the hell you went wrong
what other path
could you have taken
what other word
could you have spoken

when all you could do
is punch the wall next to you
hoping the pain in your hands
would ease the sorrow
that fills your heart
your brain
your soul
your being
maybe bloodied knuckles
would be enough
to keep you sane
to keep you feeling

when all you could do
is nothing
absolutely nothing
what the hell is left
what the hell are you supposed to do?

Day 30/30 → We’ve come to the end. Endings are nice. Endings are okay—for the most part. Endings usually mean a new beginning. But what if the end is not the kind of ending you want? What do you do?


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#HereTogether at the Metro Manila Pride Festival 2017

Day 5/30 → Yesterday, June 24th, we celebrated the 23rd annual — the longest in South East Asia and almost as old as I am — Metro Manila Pride March Festival.  Continue reading “#HereTogether at the Metro Manila Pride Festival 2017”

Sometimes A Clutter, Always A Mess

Day 3/30 → In the process of typing and backspacing words and phrases and sentences, I realized how truly chaotic this mind of mine truly is. There are times when I can’t even focus enough to form a coherent paragraph. Continue reading “Sometimes A Clutter, Always A Mess”

Hey Philippines, Feminine Lesbians Do Exist

Day 2/30 → Since June is the Pride Month, I somehow feel inclined to talk about the issues about and around the LGBT community — especially now that one of our local (sort of international) celebrities came out as a transgendered man (familiar with Charice, anyone?) and is being criticized and made fun of for it. Continue reading “Hey Philippines, Feminine Lesbians Do Exist”