chasing_elysian

Singapore

It's simple. You either mope around and think that you will never be good enough, or you stand up and start working till your last breath leaves you. That is what makes a person successful. Not inborn talent, but sheer hard work and willpower.

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I'm 16, and I honestly love to research, write, eat and sleep (in that order). Currently, I am trying in vain to understand Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity, and I have realised that it is far more than just "E equals to mc squared".

Apart from that, I love folding origami, writing nonsense verses and making up jokes.

chasing_elysian (Singapore) liked painting your own sun. by temy (New Zealand)

over 1 year ago

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chasing_elysian (Singapore) published:

Another Blank Page

FREE WRITING

Why does a blank page look more promising than a meaningless poem penned down at the hour of the owls? Is it because of the heart-wrenching fact that English, as a language, has only been my fair-weather friend and not my soulmate? See, every other person on the other side of the globe seems to write with such flow that the Niagara Falls pauses to read their breath-taking masterpiece. And the grief I gain from comparing brings me to a...

over 1 year ago

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chasing_elysian (Singapore) started following lianhabanana! (Australia)

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chasing_elysian (Singapore) started following Faith Camp (United States)

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chasing_elysian (Singapore) started following RavensInkWrites (United States Minor Outlying Islands)

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chasing_elysian (Singapore) started following Catlover (United States)

over 1 year ago

chasing_elysian (Singapore) liked There's Always Tomorrow by Anna Lang (United States)

over 1 year ago

chasing_elysian (Singapore) liked A Bucket of Stars and A Million Colors by Olivia Lyman (United States)

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chasing_elysian (Singapore) liked Stars by Olivia Lyman (United States)

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