Trying to express your inner feelings, understanding your inner demons, and explaining to your loved ones what you’ve been dealing with, is something that you can’t simply put into words. Especially when you are constantly afraid what people might think of you or how they might treat you differently; once you try your best to share your struggle that is not just simply a “sadness” sensation. However, Juansen Dizon poetry collection has helped me understand myself and comforted me with his words. He was able to describe a feeling that I couldn’t express or explain. Confession of a Wallflower is definitely worth reading. Like, seriously go buy it now. I can’t wait to buy his new book that’s sometime in April, I believe.
— Amazon Review by Pandalystic 🌷
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The deep blue sea is calling me and I must go. I must drown with the sun.
—Confessions of a Wallflower, page 47
I am a strong believer that fate exists. That everything happens for a reason. That the people we have in our lives are in our lives without accident. There is always meaning. Explainable or unexplainable. There is no such thing as luck. We are all here for a purpose. All we have to do is believe.
—Confessions of a Wallflower, page 257
I ate so many
fake smiles today,
and it’s time to vomit
them all in my room tonight.
—Confessions of a Wallflower, page 64
I set myself on fire, and no one even cares to watch me burn.
—Confessions of a Wallflower, page 70
Sunrise is the start of something beautiful: the day.
Sunset is the start of something beautiful: the night.
—Confessions of a Wallflower, page 244