Revelation

Revelation

She turns to him.

The night is as darkest as ever, but for Miss Mijares, the man is a sunrise—a new beginning. She looks straight into his eyes, feeling her cheeks trembling; her face swollen, full of deep emotion and passion. There was a pinch of confusion as well.

Inch by inch, their faces are getting closer, but as Miss Mijares examines the eyes of the boy, she feels wary: the hint of an eyelid twitching and the sudden bend of an eyebrow. The man feels the same.

“What’s wrong?” she asks. Continue reading “Revelation”

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The Words That Form but Never Come Out

The Words That Form but Never Come Out

It’s funny to think that we are coming up with a million thoughts per second in our minds but we can only comprehend about a fraction of a percent of it. What’s also funny is I have been also thinking about this thought during the first term of my college year in class. Continue reading “The Words That Form but Never Come Out”