Morning Comes (Part 1)

I prepare my things in a swift,
My gears are in shift.
I check my watch and gasp,
“I was late” as I am about to grasp,

My coffee mug and my plate of waffles.
I am back to being thoughtful.
What happened last night?
I must have the fright.

My mind wonders what did I do,
I have no clue.
Then, I stumble to my shoes,
And I found a bag of cashews.

Lying on the floor, with my handbag open.
And in that moment,
I still don’t understand why there are nuts lying,
And I found myself crying.

I don’t understand everything,
the nuts, the bag, this whole thing.
Except that I’m late for work.
I rush out and forget being a quirk.

It’s still a mystery,
For I don’t know what’s behind the history.
I’ll soon find out,
Out and about.


Closer to Love at Second Sight

“There’s a Japanese phrase that I like: koi no yokan. It doesn’t mean love at first sight. It’s closer to love at second sight. It’s the feeling when you meet someone that you’re going to fall in love with them. Maybe you don’t love them right away, but it’s inevitable that you will.” -Daniel, The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon
I’m in the middle of the book and I’m already in love with Natasha and Daniel.
It has that Eleanor and Park vibes but this one hits reality quite a bit.
Anyways, I might finish this book today or tomorrow.