I honestly don't have much to say about myself, rather than being an avid lover of writing & transforming ideas, thoughts, emotions, etc. into life through pen & paper, but I think a small background should suffice. I have no favorite authors, I have very little knowledge about novels, books, etc. due to the lack of resources & income, but I try my best by scanning the internet. But regardless, believe me when I say this, when I read, I read with passion & conviction. As a kid I grew up knowing that I had no mother, I am a product of a broken family. When I first saw my mother when I was six years old, I ran up the stairs because I got scared because I thought she was someone else. The first time I saw her I couldn't believe I had a mother, it was like one of the biggest surprise a child could ever have in their life. At the age of seven I discovered my urge in wanting to write or type my thoughts or other things in a piece of paper or a computer. I remember vividly typing the License of Agreement for Windows 98 when my father purchased the operating system back then. I remember writing my first ever emotion on paper when I was in elementary school & it was about how I felt when for the first time I was left alone to fend for myself at school. I still remember it clearly that I cried so much when my sister told me she had to leave me, in a room full of kids who were strangers to me, that for me was the beginning. But the tipping point would be during my high school years, when I started to feel all kinds of emotions that I couldn't comprehend. I was feeling this thing called "Teenage Angst" & it was very uncomfortable & at the time it was alarming. That was the tipping point, that was the time when I fervently wrote poems almost all of the time. I didn't have an emotional vent or outlet so I made my poems as my outlet. That was also the time when I discovered my talents in essay writing, in debating, making speeches, etc. All in all, my life basically revolves around writing. I walk in the street then suddenly a new idea pops up in my head, then I find a good spot to sit on & I start to write. Like I said I don't have much to say but if I could leave with you something that would stick in your minds, I would say enjoy my works. You can criticize it, judge it, evaluate it, whatever you'd like to do but please, just do me one favor, ENJOY IT FIRST. :)
Dark blue eyes filled with energy and joy.
Black and shiny fur that brushes against your hands.
When she sees you, she’ll hug you as she stands.
Then she will play with you for ages, if you get her favorite toy.
Unlimited stamina and undying energy.
She’ll literally run with you until her powers are empty.
It was never a dull moment with her being around.
Because she was brimming with happiness that she uses to surround.
Surround people with laughter and bliss,
She’d then jump on your lap to give you a kiss.
She was a sweet and loving dog who would take away my frown.
She’d make me giggle and laugh, and I’d no longer be down.
She’s the best dog and it was a privilege to have been,
A part of her world and saw the things I have seen.
To see her grow from a puppy, reach eleven months and between.
You’ve changed my life and I love you and I miss you Green.
You were the one who welcomed me home.
You were the one who soothed my weary bones.
You were the reason why I called this place my own.
But it was your time to pass away alone.
You were the one who made me laugh.
You were the one who made me happy, even though I was sad.
You sailed happily with me in a not so stable raft.
But it was time for you to go and leave what you had.
Your tail was as strong as your spirit and it would wag in delight.
You would sleep beside me, though there were no lights.
You made everyone happy by being funny and full of sprite.
But it was finally your time to take flight.
You were the most loyal companion I have ever had.
You taught me how to love, especially when things went bad.
You would want to play with me in times that I’m mad.
But it was time for you to leave, a reality that’s quite sad.
So now I say to you the simplest truth in my heart.
I didn’t want for both of us to part.
But I have to let you go and move on.
But I will keep your memory alive as I carry on.