OtherWordly Blog

I was browsing over my blog today when I found that my “Recent Posts” widget was actually full of my “Word of the Day” entry, and it seems like my blog was made only for this purpose—but no, it wasn’t and it isn’t. My blog was made for me to share my articles, short stories,... Continue Reading →

Liquid Courage

I have memorized these lines before, but still my tongue falters. I gathered all my strength to speak what I feel about you, yet every time a smile paints in your lips, I render myself defenceless. How I wanted to tell you that my world is complete because of your presence, yet your presence alone,... Continue Reading →

Simple Tips on Writing Poetry

Some of my friends have asked me to write an article about writing poetry. Well, for me, writing poems cannot be forced to a person. Poems are the extension of one’s emotions—it is the creative expression of how they feel. One can learn how to write a poem, but one cannot be forced to write... Continue Reading →

Building Your Vocabulary

The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug. —Mark Twain Often times, we find ourselves groping for the right words to describe somebody or something, be it abstract or concrete. Unlike Shakespeare, we do not have the authority to coin new words to... Continue Reading →

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