Archive for June, 2008

June 30, 2008
Maybe I’ve been the problem,
maybe I’m the one to blame
But even when I turn it off and blame myself,
the outcome feels the same

I’ve been thinkin maybe I’ve been partly cloudy,
maybe I’m the chance of rain
Maybe I’m overcast,
and maybe all my lucks washed down the drain

But when I look at the stars,
when I look at the stars,
when I look at the stars

I see someone else
When I look at the stars,the stars,
I feel like myself

Advertisements

June 28, 2008

There is a girl. A girl I barely know. She is, a friend’s friend (acquaintance?) whom I do not know; merely connected in our anonymous internet age. Certainly, she does not recognise my existence. Certainly.

She is a product of our west-pining eastern culture. She is the postmodern daughter and she is defiant; she is new, she is different, she is uniquely her own.

Her struggles are not my own, her troubles are hers alone. They are not her parents’, but symptoms of her generations’.

She’s no mere experiment, she’s her own teenage creation. She sits alone with the other ones.
Her friends are her passions, her like-minded fellows.
She is
not a loner, oddball, outcast, misfit,
nor a girl
but a
person.

At that,
a strangely attractive person.

Was going to sleep last night when this, occured. Got up and scribbled in my notebook in the almost dark. Let’s discuss “Do you consider is pretentious to dissect your own work?”

June 27, 2008

The internet age is upon us, and I am afraid.

June 25, 2008

* is reading A Clockwork Orange.
* is doing social studies social documentary.
* is adapting to school term restarting.
* is failing to revive a dead blog.

June 1, 2008

15+1=16
21-5=16
4×4=16
24÷1½=16

Jing Xian is sixteen!
Jing Xian went for Alvin Choy’s birthday party yesterday;
Jing Xian is hosting a party tomorrow,
Jing Xian is going for dinner-
Jing Xian refers to himself in the third person.