Love Robert Indiana, 1966. As a preface: I know how ironic it is to write about this subject matter as I still have Tinder, Bumble, and Coffee Meets Bagel installed on my phone, so I am in the same ditch as everyone else who is currently using a or multiple dating app[s] (this excludes people who … Continue reading How Modern Romance and Apps Makes Everyone Equally Disposable & Lonely and the Key to Changing the Trend.
Christina's World Andrew Wyeth, 1948. There's a proverb that says "silence is gold, speech is silver". I completely agree to a certain extent. Sometimes there are instances where words are unnecessary. There's absolutely no need to fill in the blank space with extra noise. A lot of the times, I used to stay silent due … Continue reading Past & Present / Silence: Fear, Kindness & Respect.
In Bed, The Kiss Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1892. This post may seem like rehashing or reminiscing previous events with different people (both in my past and present), so forgive me for feeling somewhat nostalgic these days. Perhaps despite all of the pages being flipped at this moment, we never know what the future holds. Sometimes … Continue reading Past & Present / Unforgettable Mementos.
I appreciate all of my rains despite the pains (unexpected rhymes) that ultimately result in the occasional, spectacular rainbows that I see. In the midst of (perhaps) one of the loneliest days I feel out of the year (I'm trying to change my mentality and association, as I can't keep living in fears of the … Continue reading Intimate Moments / Plus One.
Untitled (Violet, Black, Orange, Yellow On White And Red) Mark Rothko, 1949. If I told you how much I love you, I think you'd believe it. I'm terrible with words, especially when there's urgency involved. I created a timeline and promised (more like expected, let's be real here) myself that I need to write and publish … Continue reading Intimate Moments / The Rainbow.