Tag "Heartbreak"

Fiction 12 Comments

STUCK ON BROKEN

You walk out of the room, your heart in shreds. You promise yourself that you won’t cry but the tears, the treacherous tears find a way to well up in

James' Journal 4 Comments

IBK’s JOURNAL (Entry 30)

November 2 Hey guys! I’d usually start by apologising for being AWOL for such a long time, but I’m pretty certain I’d just do it again. So, there’s no need.

Our Stories 17 Comments

THE BISEXUAL STORY

I’ve always found bisexuality to be a bit like being half caste – blessed with multiple heritages whilst being cursed to never completely find home in any. The biphobia in

Fiction 6 Comments

The Lies You Told

You listen to the sounds of the evening: the crickets chirping, the frogs croaking, the birds’ evensong. You drown your feelings in the peace you get only from nature. Peace

Fiction 15 Comments

The Siren Call

There is a wisdom that comes from having your heart broken more times than the number of beers you’ve downed in your lifetime. It’s like Archimedes and the damned crown.

Series (Non-Fiction) 21 Comments

THE HUSTLE OF A RAINBOW (Episode 9)

The last time you heard from me, I was in a relationship with Cici, happily in love and all. That was in faraway February. It was just another February past

Series (Non-Fiction) 20 Comments

THE OPEN LOVE LETTERS: Entry 6

Dear You I have something to say. Two years ago, Love found me. It wasn’t a perfect love but I was happy – because he was my everything. He was

Our Stories 9 Comments

Love Breaketh Man

It was an early morning during the school holiday. I hadn’t had sex in a few weeks and being a young man in his parents’ house, I never brought anyone

From The Net 2 Comments

How To Get Over Your Ex—And Love Again

In the past couple of months, I’ve been in a position where a few friends were undergoing heartbreak over ended relationships, and because of my battle to get over my

Our Stories 9 Comments

You CAN Lose What You Never Had

When I was a growing child, I had an image of what love was meant to be. It was what most kids saw when we watched our Disney cartoons –