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I saw how your broken pieces broke more.
I saw how your renewed heart came to life.
I saw how you smiled again.
I saw it all.

She’s lucky to have hurt you.
She’s blessed to have healed you.
She’s one of a kind to have made you open your heart again.

And I’m here,
Witnessing it all.
Hoping for something more
But it wasn’t me after all.

I’m just someone
So invisible in your eyes.
Not expected to be expecting;
Or hoping to be hoped for.

But I wished I was all of them.
But I did expect and hope for all of it to happen.
I did, and I failed.
Now I’m the one who needs fixing.

THE LIAR AND HIS LOVER | Movie

Rate: 9/10

About: Set within music field, “Kanojo wa Uso o Aishisugiteru” depicts a love story between a 25-year-old sound engineer and 16-year-old high school student Riko, who possesses a gifted voice. 25-year-old sound engineer Aki (Takeru Sato) is a member of popular band “Crude Play,” but right after the band decides to make their major record debut Aki quits the band. But, Aki provides his music to Crude Play under the name of producer Soichiro. Aki begins to date Riko (Sakurako Ohara), whose father runs a fruit and vegetable shop. Riko doesn’t know about Aki’s background, but she likes to listen to him hum. Riko is in a band herself, with childhood friend Yuichi and Sota. One day she is scouted by producer Soichiro.

When I first heard your hum, it sounded like a scream to me…and it reached me in here. And that made me think I need to protect you. That’s why to me…you’re more honest than anyone else.

 

02/04/17

I know I am quite a handful

My indecisiveness upsets you

My confusing personality gets you thinking every minute

Pessimism awaits me day by day

Yet you always show me how great life can still be

Thank you for being so patient with me

When you feel you’re not in my priorities

Even at times when I’m least likeable

Thank you for understanding me

My flaws, reasons, and overrated excuses

Thank you for not giving up on me

Though I have moments when I already gave up on myself

I didn’t know what I did in my past life to deserve you

But I’m lucky enough to have met a person that sees through me

You see my worth more than I know my limits

You see the best in me more than my worsts

Our story might differ from my series

No I’m not escaping life with fiction stories

But I kid you not you’re my reality

My favorite character

More so a protagonist I will always remember

01/22/2017

Then there she was,
Standing in the place where you last said your goodbyes.
Head tilted towards the night sky;
Eyes closed and lips slightly pursed she asked,
Where did it go wrong?
Everything seemed perfect
You were happy
She was slowly opening her eyes
And little by little she realized
Everything she just uttered in her mind was in past tense
It just wasn’t how it used to be
Tears fell as she walked back her lonely house again
Embracing present as it is
Cowardly waiting for another day to come by

WHAT BEING IN COLLEGE TAUGHT ME BY FAR

  1. You have no one to rely on but yourself.

  2. Sleep is a necessity.

  3. You deserve to chill after stressful exam weeks.

  4. Reward yourself every now and then. That is, if you’ve accomplished your expectations.

  5. Never be afraid to reach out to new people and befriend them.

  6. Don’t hesitate to ask questions. You’re in a new environment you’re unfamiliar with. That doesn’t mean you know nothing.

  7. Sometimes, things can get a little out of hand and it’s okay to vent out because of frustrations and pressure.

  8. Always motivate yourself why you have to have that diploma.

  9. Time management is the key to success.

  10. There are times when you wake up slothy and you can’t help but cram. Sure, just as long as you’ve mastered the art of cramming.

  11. Never. Give. Up. just because you had a bad grade. As long as you graduate in your craft, you’ll make it in the future. That’s why you have to trust yourself and try to be as optimistic as you can.