The Kiss Francesco Hayez, 1859. I considered you as a spark of spontaneity derived from intoxication at first sight. Nothing more, nothing less. It was no strings attached, whimsical gesture that was completely out of my character. I needed to, it was you. Somehow we still ended up getting intertwined and attached. It began, not without its … Continue reading Call it Quits.
The Scream Edvard Munch, 1893. "I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world." - Albert Camus, The Stranger I can't even imagine the colorful language I'd throw at myself if I were to have the ability to get pissed off now. Okay, cross that. I can curse at myself now, but it won't be effective … Continue reading (In)action, (In)decision, (In)difference.
The Central Story René Magritte, 1927. You somehow always had the solution to my maze. Sometimes I wonder if you kept tabs in my head as you effortlessly completed my sentences and evaded my thoughts. The words that naturally flowed out of your mouth and the gestures that you've done were the correct sequences to … Continue reading Twists and Tugs.
Sunday Edward Hopper, 1926. I called one of my closest friend a fucking useless cuck (short for cuckold), and not just once, but multiple times within that singular conversation we had a few months ago. I did it out of love. Don't get me wrong, I know me. I throw out profanities way too freely at … Continue reading Love / Dignity & Pride & Respect.
"Things are sweeter when they're lost. I know--because once I wanted something and got it. It was the only thing I ever wanted badly, Dot, and when I got it it turned to dust in my hand." - F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned What can I say? I really should start reading more classics … Continue reading Want.