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Spannerin'moi
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Love. Absorb and Emit. That's you'd need to do :yep:
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What do I do when my brain has only 2% charge?
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Love. Absorb and Emit. That's you'd need to do :yep:
How could anyone have fear or shyness against it? Unless one is ....selfish:eek3:
'Tis Not Good
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Why would me studying induce me doze off whilst a movie can reawaken and cast off sleep:hmmmm:
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Why would me studying induce me doze off whilst a movie can reawaken and cast off sleep:hmmmm:
Tell me about it, but in my case it's music instead of a movie 😂
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Tell me about it, but in my case it's music instead of a movie 😂
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Sigh..perks of hard work... I should also include 'novels' alongside movies....its pretty weird...one that I couldnt put a finger on
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Didnt expect a gift
Yet I got one
One that I cherished
In my inmost thoughts -never gone
Didn't expect Crimson nor that bright day
For I was lost in the sea of guilt far away
Yet here still lies
the Humongous Sketch book
And a set of special Drawing Pencils
Still staying there...
Infront of my eyes...
They dont vanish!
Why shouldn't this be a dream?
For atleast we know
Our expectations and wishes wont be raised
Sky high
Yet this is real
And my heart flies...

Only to fall and shatter
Into fragments
For the gift is no more
For it is confiscated.

Yet I am grateful
For the time, the memory, the thought
Always replaying in my eyes.


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Spannerin'moi
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:woo: finally chased down Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett :woohoo:
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Pentominoes are :awesome:
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''Tis the season to be jolly
Feel the tremor beneath my brain so foggy
For a soul has been departed
Causing my plans to go all thwarted
Can I move on?
Can I still survive?
Will my resolve cease? What is to happen to me?
Such was and is my phase.

And I too reek of that desire to fullstop.

Yet I look on and I see
Things and experiences
Always awashing me
With awe...

Though I surround myself with a blanket of void
I do hear a faint whisper

To trust in the Lord. To be still. Taste the salvation of our Grandmaster....
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Books 📚 I've munched on :dong:
-Mortal Engines (I)
- Size 12 is not fat (I Heather Well mystery)

And so when life's billows blow

I refuse to listen. Even refusing to sow
Rather I bury meself deep
Some call it escapism as I leap
Through windows and experiences
Life's hacks and various nuances
Somewhere beyond where I can live
Yet conjuring up consequences I can't forgive...
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Currently reading : Chemistry Lessons by Meredith Goldstein
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Sheesh...who knew this read would have brushed up epigenetics :woo:
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Novemment...
Kyle :five: in somwhat similar phase as ya :sadnod:
Magically figure out. Lol

Well, me too. This kind of work has always come really easily to me. I skipped seventh grade, and then in high school, everything was kind of easy. Math, English, soccer—​being soccer captain—​all easy. I started at MIT, and that was easy too.
“But then, junior year, like halfway into fall semester, things weren’t easy. Like, things were really not easy . . . I’d never been in an academic situation where I didn’t just get it. And in two classes, I was dragging. I couldn’t make it easy. And what kills me is that I should have stopped to figure it out before I fell behind and started messing everything up. But instead of admitting that I needed to work at it—​to maybe get some help—​I kept pretending that I was just going to magically figure it out. I ignored it and went out all the time. There were girls and parties, and it was about everything but sitting down and making sense of it. I think I figured that it would just click after a while, but then I was behind and failing, and it felt like I couldn’t dig my way out of it.
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Woah! The fact that an individual is able to achieve despite having to deal with imposter syndrome....

One of those stars I would look up to:puppyeyes:
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Moving to the beat
Of the rattle-rattle hiss
In flames of warmth
Chased my end endlessly .
If you'd ask me
I'm neither single bonded to carbon
To have lower enthalpy of hydrogenation as cyclohexane
Neither would Iwant to be a couple in the carbon double bond
To have higher enthalpy of hydrogenation as cyclohexane

Neither high. Neither low.
Just intermediate. Your Mediocre Average.
Ambiguous is my personality. Some might call me dual-faced.
Quite funny that's verily observed in humans as well.
Though one might not be able to tell
we, molecules know...
Though not highly reactive enough to decolourise bromine water,
Substitution reactions are more to which we lean...

For don't you know who we are...

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My prob : I somehow shut down the inner critic

Wonder is there a mechanism to switch it on? :hmmmm:
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Is there any use in striking you with lessons?
You're persistent on rebelling an revolting
More and more
You live in the past and so you can't see the change
For you don't believe
Your brain is fogged and your heart fatigued
For you're carrying a burden you don't have to carry
Silver turned to dross
Wine to water
And you stuck to your bubble of shadows
Only if you were willing
With a sincere heart
Only if you were truly humble enough to
Blindly trust and obey
In the voice of the Captain...

Don't. Ever. Look. Back.
Or be prepared to be a pillar of salt.

Desire the change. Think it. Dream it. Live it.
And eventually you'll see it.
Hopelessly pursue it, ignoring any opposing forces...
Run freely to it...for there lies your true freedom.



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Hehe that'd be the inner critic alright :lol:
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“The desire for more positive experience is itself a negative experience. And, paradoxically, the acceptance of one’s negative experience is itself a positive experience.”

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Excerpt From: Manson, Mark. “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.” HarperCollins, 2016-08-08T07:00:00+00:00. iBooks.
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:gasp::gasp::gasp::gasp: why didn't I read this before ?!?:yikes::yikes::yikes:
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“Don’t hope, Emma, she kept telling herself. Ever since childhood she had made the same bargain with fate. If she wanted one outcome, she had to make herself expect the opposite—to really, truly expect it. Then, the other outcome would come true (the one you’d wanted all along)”

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Excerpt From: Hornak, Francesca. “Seven Days of Us.” Penguin Publishing Group, 2017-10-17. iBooks.
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:five: Emma
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(Original post by Spannerin'moi)
Is there any use in striking you with lessons?
You're persistent on rebelling an revolting
More and more
You live in the past and so you can't see the change
For you don't believe
Your brain is fogged and your heart fatigued
For you're carrying a burden you don't have to carry
Silver turned to dross
Wine to water
And you stuck to your bubble of shadows
Only if you were willing
With a sincere heart
Only if you were truly humble enough to
Blindly trust and obey
In the voice of the Captain...

Don't. Ever. Look. Back.
Or be prepared to be a pillar of salt.

Desire the change. Think it. Dream it. Live it.
And eventually you'll see it.
Hopelessly pursue it, ignoring any opposing forces...
Run freely to it...for there lies your true freedom.



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Hehe that'd be the inner critic alright :lol:
PRSOM :heart:
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