My poetry collections

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Here are my poetry collections about depression, healing, and self-love.   

“Confessions of a Wallflower” 💙

“I Am The Architect of My Own Destruction” 💙



Stay warm inside a blanket with a cup of tea.

I hope these words will find a way to touch your heart.


You are going to make it someday


have faith 
& breathe a little.


it will all be okay.


where you want to be
may seem so far away.


be thankful 
for who you are today.




success is a journey
& what matters is the progress
& the steps you’ve taken this day.


just be mindful
& do not dwell on the troubles of yesterday.


have faith
& breathe a little.


it will all be okay.


it gets so dark 
you begin to lose your way.


it gets so stressful
you should allow yourself to smile & play.




through the chaos of existence
& remember that despite your storms 
& struggles, you are always on your way.


may beauty 
be the reason that you 
push through no matter what anyone will say.


take in art.
express art.


be art.
you have always been beautiful in your own way.


is a form of growing.


just be you each & every day.

Reasons to Keep Breathing


1. Falling deep into oblivion is scary. Feeling desolated in the void is scary. There’s doom, and there’s torment, and helplessness in this place but you are not completely alone. You are alone because the people who are in here also feel alone too and it hurts to reach out to anyone when all you want to do is to kill yourself. But everyone here also wants to kill themselves, and maybe that’s a reason to persevere. Maybe that’s a reason to share stories, struggles, and hardships in the darkness that we’re living in so that maybe someday we could be each other’s stars.

2. You are someone’s moonlight.

3. You are breathing to keep someone breathing.

4. Books, films, and works of art are your lanterns in moments of blackness to find what makes you loveable than you already are. What triggers your imagination for living can be what triggers your protection from dying, and you are your own superhero in your life’s story, and it’s not over until you beat your villains.

5. Warm hugs can feel warmer in the dimness of depression.

6. You are a warrior. You are a champion for life. And you are stronger than the infinite sadness that you feel because depression is not what makes you, you. You are the reason for the smiles of those who smile for you. You are the reason for the hope of those who hope the best for you. You are the reason for the love of those who love you for the survivor that you are. Keep on fighting. Your biology is not your destiny. You are beautiful for surviving the abyss.

7. Gratitude is a light that reaches the broken parts of you that the darkness cannot reach. Be grateful for everything that keeps you alive. Be grateful for everything that has kept you from leaving this earthly existence. Sometimes existence can be wonderful when the world feels safer, softer, and a better place to belong.

8. Suicide can be postponed for tomorrow, next year or the unknown future. What matters is that you choose life today. What matters is that you choose life for as long as you can and for as long as your heart is still beating, feeling, and loving.

9. This life will pass like everything else that prevents you from truly appreciating it. Make your life worth the memory. Make your life worth the breathing.

10. Recovery is possible, and so much is waiting for you to get better. Happiness is waiting for you. Peacefulness is waiting for you. Adventure is waiting for you, and the waves of all the beaches on this planet feel alive just by the thought of kissing your feet. You deserve to live a life that feels possible again.

Wishing upon The Stars


Since I was a child, I saw magic at the moon,
the planets and the stars
I remember closing my eyes really hard 
as I wished for anything that was possible 
and I wished for the feeling of being an alien 
to disappear once I open my eyes and I am home.


I remember thinking the better I visualized
this wish to no longer feel consumed by my loneliness,
the better the chance of this wish coming true and I am home.


I remember imagining what it’d be like to live
in a future where I felt the people playing soft music
and my family is dancing as they laugh and drink and I am home.


I remember feeling sad that my wishes never came true
but I still found magic in believing in all my wishes anyway 
because I know, soon I will love, smile and vanish and I am home.

Calm is a Superpower


your peace
is your peace.


may it be the most sacred
thing that you own.


learn to develop it
in yourself.


learn to create it to the point
where it celebrates your way of living
in harmony with yourself.


for the calmer you become,
the more flowing you will be.


your peace
is your peace.


have a good cry.


make your room dark.


have a moment of silence
as you lay your head down your pillow.


and be uninterruptedly alone.


the chaos becomes too much for your senses.


find strength in your solitude.


you deserve to feel aligned like all the stars
in the universe are beginning to shine within you.

23 Lessons from Eeyore

1. It’s okay not to be happy all the time.
2. The world is exhausting because it’s too optimistic that it hurts.
3. It could be worse.
4. Some mornings are just meant to be terrible.
5. Some people will never get tired of your tiredness. Love them.
6. Some friends will outgrow you, but that doesn’t mean that they no longer care for you.
7. Some friends will outshine you, but that doesn’t mean that they no longer love you for being you.
8. It’s okay to be alone and not feel lonely.
9. It’s okay to be alone, especially if it’s a Saturday night at your house.
10. Sometimes the truth is nobody will be there at your most jaded moments.
11. Embrace solitude.
12. Not expecting too much from life can protect you from disappointments.
13. Pessimists can be great thinkers.
14. Talking slow and dull doesn’t mean you’re stupid.
15. You can be sad and still go on adventures with the people who notice you for who you really are, and that’s alright.
16. You can be sad and still be helpful even though you’re usually the helpless one.
17. Don’t take life too seriously.
18. But having a nice tail is important. Your aestheticness, style, and fashion are important. Just looking good at a new cute outfit can make your day.
19. The rain will one day stop, and everything will feel beautiful but it would rain again, and that’s life.
20. There are people who will always remember your birthday and would go the extra mile to make you feel special.
21. The void between sadness and satisfaction can be filled with sarcasm.
22. It’s all going to be okay no matter how bad, terrible or severe things would get and it would get worse eventually, but you’ll survive.
23. Like the grey donkey, don’t forget to be grateful and say “Thanks for noticin’ me,”