My writing has been a little rusty, so please, bear with me. Happy new year! May we all come out of this alive. Continue reading First Writing Prompt of 2019.
Just how stressful can licensure exams go? I tried to make the atmosphere as tangible as it can get in this entry without getting too dramatic. Oh, and it’s a little dedication for my dad, who means the world to me. I love you. Continue reading The Board Exam Experience (and thank God for my dad).
This poem is dedicated to anyone who has ever been belittled by someone whom they can easily surpass. This one is for those who are looking for their voice within. Speak up. Continue reading She Who Is Entitled: A Poem by Swan Gonzales
Mood for November 12th. There’s not much left to say. Continue reading 2 weeks down, more to go.
Mustering the courage to say goodbye to a friend whose toxic behaviours have taken such a toll on you is difficult. Writing has always been how I channeled the stronger emotions such as anger into better places. This is not a structured poem, but it’s rich of what I feel at the moment. Continue reading You Are Not My Friend: A Poem by Swan Gonzales
I always wonder why I choose to stay where I know I won’t grow. I tried to get as much out of me, and to no avail, this is all I came up with. Day 11 is dragging. Continue reading In taking risks and leaving for good.
I’ve had this idea for a long time now. Here, I enumerate some of the things that were said to me and how, in one way or another, they impacted how I act, think, see myself, etc. It’s a personal way of getting rid of emotional baggage. Continue reading A list of the words that haunt me.