Hi, everyone!

If you’ve been following me long enough, you might have observed that there’s a shift in the theme of my poetry.

Two years ago, I was writing about nature.

A year ago, I was writing about love, anxiety, and depression.

This time, I began reconnecting with my younger self.

I was a dreamer back then, and that I aspire to be again.

I always dreamed of living in a farm.

My grandparents used to work in many rice fields, they grow vegetables and has a wine business.

My father owns two orchards with various fruit trees, where we visit during weekends and in summertime.

I wish I could share those experiences with my children, but the times are changing.

Nowadays, with new generations, having easier access to education and other government services, it’s more logical for them to have a professional degree and leave their hometown in hopes to find a stable job in big cities after graduation.

I may be living in the city now, but my heart belongs to home, and I will continue to write about it.

The Paper Drafts is now live on Facebook, like and follow to get a daily dose of art, poetry, and fiction.

When not active on writing, I post motivational quotes from various authors and books on the FB page, see you there!

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23 thoughts on “Farm Life

  1. You can’t beat the simple life. Out in nature. Out in the land. 🙂 I live in the city but want to settle near the ocean with the forests and the mountains behind me and countryside all around me. I get into nature as much as I can. Happy Writing. 🙂

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