As tears go by

As the festive celebrations come to an end, one cannot help but realise another year has passed. As each day pass, we are often oblivious to the warm sunrise that greets us each morning, without us realising how fast time flies when we are kept occupied. Where is home? Home does not necessarily refer to … Continue reading As tears go by

What if I had one more day

Despite growing up in a typical Asian family, my parents never forced my sister or me to pursue the typical jobs that allow us to earn a sustainable income.  My parents always said, “You can choose whatever you wish to study, you just need to have a plan and know what do you wish to … Continue reading What if I had one more day

A Eulogy

‘After the readings, you will be given some time for the eulogy. May I check who will be reading the eulogy? Her sister or her mother’ Sneaking in a glance at my mother’s facial expression, without much thought; I volunteered to read the eulogy. Perhaps, it was the adrenaline due to the lack of sleep … Continue reading A Eulogy

Loving can hurt sometimes

"Loving can hurt, loving can hurt sometimesBut it’s the only thing that I knowWhen it gets hard, you know it can get hard sometimesIt is the only thing that makes us feel alive” As I was commuting to work while listening to Ed Sheeren on Spotify, I teared up a little as I sang along … Continue reading Loving can hurt sometimes

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A Good Death

Back in 2017 while in remission, Kimberley became a volunteer writer for the website “gooddeath.org.sg”. While serving as a volunteer writer, some of the articles that Kimberley wrote includes 'Stop and Stare' and 'Every Breathe You Take' Exactly a year since the article 'Stop and Stare' was published on Medium, Kimberley was in the midst … Continue reading A Good Death