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Malaysia: Letting Wanderlust Consume You

           South East Asia, a place where Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, and Chinese cultures are married together and have borne something so exquisite and unique, you must experience it for yourself in order to truly understand it at its full capacity. But no amount of time will ever truly be enough for an outsider to breathe it all in. Kuala Lumpur was the first … Read More Malaysia: Letting Wanderlust Consume You

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The World Continues to Turn

The first four months in China came and went to quickly I forgot to take a moment and cherish them. So this next semester I have made a promise to myself, to make much more of my time here. I’ve always been one to prefer the company of myself over the company of others. Moving to a new country has not changed this. I … Read More The World Continues to Turn

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Preservation: A Poem Series

It’s just a flesh wound   A Mantra, meant to make my pain more bearable. Just a flesh wound.   A Prayer, to make every sight of you salvation rather than damnation. Just a flesh wound.   A Lie, I tell myself as the chasm between us becomes a canyon. Just a flesh wound.                 It’s not … Read More Preservation: A Poem Series

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Regret: A Letter To a Younger Me

If there is one thing in this life that I regret, it’s that there are far too many things I would go back to warn my younger self against. A letter to a younger me: Alex, Sweet sweet Alex, do everything you can to preserve this happiness you have. You are so good and so pure, and the universe is going to do everything … Read More Regret: A Letter To a Younger Me

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An Essay on Feminism

This is the conclusion to a nine page research paper myself and two friends wrote as a final grade in my advanced English class this year. I personally authored the conclusion and am very proud of it, so I decided to share it on here. For this project my group mates and I had to come up with a prompt to write about ourselves. … Read More An Essay on Feminism

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