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SuhanaZainal

Su.Z

I feel intricately at the most oddest of hours; I want so much to feel how I felt being outside taking photographs by myself knowing so surely it is what I want to do for the the rest of my life yet life always has a mind of its own. and always, too often bloody always, circumstances intervenes.

there is a fear in me of overcoming things. a reoccurring anxiety I should abandon with courage. the past is always bittersweet. I’m going to leave even before I leave. optimistic pessimist. to write and draw and photograph always regardless of what anybody thinks. the other day at work, a student’s innocent comment brought upon a wholehearted laugh I haven’t remembered to do in quite a while. why are some relatives mine, I don’t care two hoots about them. those who know nothing are often the ones who speak of everything with such passionate arrogance, of anything they don’t know much about at all. people I can’t quite comprehend. I only like them when they’re kind. isolation seems the most comforting antidote. I hold in too much. you shouldn’t have said that. we shouldn’t have met. if you don’t see me in a while please do know that I am fine it isn’t an obligation of mine to meet up once in a while to talk of selfish things that takes up time. mother I love you like the moon and I hope you know that I’d like to tell you that too only in the things I do. sure is lovely to have you as my sisters I am grateful.

saturday’s now rather tarnished. thinking of it alone induces diarrhoea like symptoms. work is work is work a good thing? I’ll never once again give myself in to life’s cruel tendencies. realisation retrieved. aftermath of succumbing. regret filled. quite distant from my limbs doing whatever it is required of me, of the world, of traditions, of religion, of circumstance, of this goddamned routine we re-live, only to get by. we have such needy souls ceaselessly desiring to be understood. if only we could come to terms and apprehend for good that one can’t ever be completely understood, perhaps we’ll be much closer to understanding ourselves better(being understood). these days I’m rarely alone although we’re all somehow always alone; with what we are. how I yearn so. to be alone with the rustle of leaves with the aimless wind as company. a certain reoccurring yearning ache within. ironically comforting. dressed always for another weather, an alternate season. could it be perhaps I’m made for another continent, a separate world altogether. mother, tell me what sort of a child I was because I can’t seem to remember if I’ve ever been this distant in speech. never in presence though for we’ll always be bonded by blood, forevermore. how can I ever forget how we look when we smile and how your laugh sounds every time. unsettling to think someday we all shall eventually leave. superficiality’s so very consuming. fake smiling my way through social ordeals. some were born to love and breed oh god how I won’t ever be. I wasn’t born to fit that mould. can’t be any other obligations more burdening than ones like these. yet go on. thrive on joyful happenings. present, past and gone.

20. January 2014

graffiti
glasses
smiling faces
lightning
poems
purple
a certain alphabet
hip hop
skateboards
videos
go pros
shoulder length hair
shine
99
writing
woodworking
photographs
art friend
kfc
galleries
confessions
past un-reciprocations
chemistry
drawing pens
spray cans

are only some of the things that reminds me of you.
just earlier this morning a strange thought came to my mind, in the form of a favour, a conversation between two (for dialogues in books most often resonates) to mend it all for it was nobody’s fault,
I:"would you built me a swing then I’ll forget everything"
he: "if I built you a swing how will you ever forget everything?"
I: "but remembering is forgetting too."

and then everything dissolved into wind and we were back to being strangers feeling nothing as it should be in the first place, as it should remain, always.

I’ve never wanted more than ever now to drop everything I’m doing to be doing only the thing that would make me relentlessly free and happy and that is by making music for no monetary achievement and no particular selfish reasons regardless of however it shall be perceived/received. music gets me through even the most turbulent of days. I have never felt alone ever since I found it.  

I draw because I can’t draw. what makes me unhappy are assumptions of unhappiness when I am quite the opposite condition. how prejudiced the measure of contemplated joy. the sky’s my one true loyal companion, rain or shine. I only believe in unrequited love. be gone the envy I feel for the one you relentlessly pine for and think of without any tire at all. positivity’s been around consistently yet I keep forgetting it needs to come from within. some young ones I love, some others I loathe at the thought of the sort of adult they might grow to become. sometimes technology makes us appear foolish. no other antidote quite more powerful than music and solitude. you’d come to mean so much to me.I know. my dear.my heart isn’t here. my soul is tied to the music of yesterday and the tugging promises of tomorrow. ever pulled by its hopeful woes and sorrows. we’re merely strangers amongst strangers. normality is disinteresting just as perfection is a bore. what will become of we.of I. of my beliefs.my hopes and dreams. perhaps like a forgotten memory it’ll all drift away quietly, like a destination-less journey entwined with the wind. 

a cat is a good pet,unless you’re 40.
someone scribbled this rather age prejudiced quote on the back of a bus seat on my way to work a couple of days ago but why I wouldn’t know. except I feel cats should be owned by anyone anywhen they want to.
the lines of a wondrous Johnny Flynn number resonates with me particularly more so on the way to work most days, ”time is too early, my hair isn’t curly, I wish I was home and tucked away.” 

not smiling is tiring. if ever a stranger’s gaze or glance were to meet mine, everyday, from here on now, I promise to proceed with a kind smile regardless of what I’ll find. serious faces in the train are only okay if they’re sparse and not mine. 

I haven’t sung in quite a while.

I’ve lived with not much for so long,I can live with not much for longer.non reciprocation’s residue is a relentless trail of mustful kindness resulting in an ever present guilt(in me).I won’t ever be bored I can but I won’t how could I ever when there’s so many books to get absolutely lost in yet so little time.why do I always yearn to be elsewhere.not that cynical happy doesn’t suit me just fine.I’ll be alright as long as there lives music.pretentious fair weathered friends aren’t as terribly loathsome and disturbingly offensive as daft ones who asks for nothing but favours only.if I’d wanted to come up with project’s concepts and write thesis I’d have continued art school at the cost of losing myself and my head that by now I’ll be passionless, dead. 

perhaps when one loses the courage to be bold one finds the courage to be wise instead.odd to come upon a rather sudden realisation that school might just in fact be the thing that taught me how to be myself again.however loathsome a journey it was.all bad things must come to an end.astounding are some of the things I hear myself say to myself in my head.not always.berlin’s calling.dresden frankfurt bremen especially.oh germany.these days it’s anywhere, anywhere but here.today I wanted so much to ask someone, are you happy? the friends I love they’re so far away.I like distance though.it keeps me whole.

out the window earlier today, I contemplated the evening skies clear rid of clouds a sullen blue acquainted by a lone star shining arduously bright waiting to be spotted by the brokenhearted. uncertain grief. guilt and sorrow entwined. such melancholy news of looming death does bring.

wisdom comes cruel and slow.

New old friends
Anxiety attack
I got lost 
Don’t be upset
Try it again
Life.

a poem made up of song titles because my current life is a direct adaptation of a medley of Jeffrey Lewis’ song.they are highly relatable and that’s highly consoling.