Young wits and talents would leave their lands behind to come here.
Here man did not need company. There was so much strolling. So much eye-rolling over the smallest of things. One only needed to sit and watch. Continue reading “Paris” is a woman
I loved the lost ones
the loose ones
the ones whose hunger needed sating
the ones who surrended to the lights of the nights
the ones to whom the night had surrended
the innocent ones
the ignorant ones
the ones who lived to show life to a dead world. Continue reading Women
You’re not special. I run the risk of upsetting you but listen. At various stages of your life you’ve been convinced that you’re the real deal. The truth is that most us are pretty average people. At the risk of sounding negative, I repeat it: You are not special.Now, is that bad? Not at all, my friend. This is in fact the way you ought … Continue reading You’re not special. And that’s not a bad thing.
It is so, the world that we as millenials have created for ourselves. Rigid dress codes no longer mean much. Ours is the time when the arbitrariness of formal fashion loses. Ours is the age when true self-expression wins over all desire to look like anything other than who we really are.
Artists such as Jaden Smith and XXXTentacion(R.I.P brother) have all the good reasons to leverage the emotional and stylistic potential of Japanese urban art. Born on the streets of Tokyo, and undoubtedly influenced by anime culture, it is an art which draws from themes such as sadness and solitude and manages, while doing so, to teleport the listener into a world of extreme catharsis. Continue reading Millennial celebrities and Japanese aesthetics
What matters the most is acknowledging that there are some parts of your personality that still need to be fixed Continue reading On becoming a better person