Rise
Soliloquy

I put on the music
       that reminds me of you

I set up the table
       with me across you

I lit up a cigarette
       inhaling the scent of you

A sip of whiskey
       for every thought of you

Fumble on my sheets
       dreaming of you

The break of dawn
       yearning for you

Conversations over coffee
       with me and my thoughts

For it ceased to exist, me and you

tomo xxx bilang 2

published.

summer is upon us 

Anonymous: which school do you go to? course?

De La Salle University

BS Psychology 

Fingers intertwined 

Palms pressed into a thin line 

Not for show

But for something more

To anchor me

That you’re real and mine

sagasa

sagasa

sulyap

sulyap

labada 

labada 

Anonymous: hello. you may not know me but ive been following your blog for quite some time now. since 2012 to be exact. just wanted to point out how much youve changed. not in a bad way but in a sadder way. :( i remember how funner you were posting text posts with gifs, posting pics of how your day went, and doing lookbook and everything. now you post a lot of sad black and white pics. what happened? hope you publish this.

Hey there! Before anything else, I would like to thank you. I didn’t know anyone would actually keep track of my blog! Let alone care. Haha! So thank you. 

Change is inevitable. NAKS. But seriously though, this actually got me thinking. I’m sorry I haven’t been posting “fun” stuff recently and that’s just because I’ve had this whole new perspective on photography that changed my way of blogging as well. Before, I used to take photos of things as they are. Such as, like what you said, how my day went so I’ll be blogging about my outfit of the day or what I just ate or where I am at. But now, I’ve realized that I can express emotions through my photos as well, that I can instill a true living story in each and every shot. Whether it be a conceptualized photo or a street photo, there’s still a narrative behind it. Thus, if my photos are instilled with my emotions, and since my blog consists of my photos, my blog reflects my emotions. 

Don’t get me wrong, I still am that fun person. It’s just that I’ve been pouring a lot of sadness into photos recently because it’s the only place where I can put them. So, in a way, my blog goes deeper emotionally (for me) than what you could physically see. 

Sorry for the feels. 

Happy New Year! 

kuwadro

kuwadro

yapak

yapak

CHRISTMAS. FREAKIN’. COOKIES. 

CHRISTMAS. FREAKIN’. COOKIES. 

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silhouettes 

peculiar rays 

peculiar rays 

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solitariness 

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