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Hardest part, Strangest start

Bye Bye TARC, Bye Bye 2DBMBefore the gold and the glimmer have been replaced Another sun soaked season fades away

And the hardest part was letting go, not taking part.

The first photo and caption tells you the author had have a memorable times during his short stint in college. He didn’t realised he had put in so much, to an extent that he finds it heavy to leave it all behind and just say “Goodbye”. Reluctancy. But he knew he have to go, and the plane is ready to go. “And the hardest part was letting go, not taking part” – This just sums up how he felt when he finally pulled himself out.

Next stop, UPMLet go, believe me, you will get something new

And the strangest thing was waiting for that bell to ring.

The second photo and caption sees a plane is taking off under a setting sun. The dusk illustrates a closure of a chapter, and it is in fact, a little bit strange, as it can be interpreted that the author, is actually flying into the dark. That’s when “And the strangest thing was waiting for that bell to ring” comes into the picture, it can be assumed that, the author have no idea what is it in front that has to offer to him, but one thing for sure, he is up to it.

The idea of the whole post is about the author who have to forgo college so that he can take on the road that he had chosen.

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Inspiration Lost

Inspiration LostReminding me I still had life… in me

The author has a story to tell.

He thinks summer is the best time to plan, to plan ahead of the year, on what you have to do, to realise what you want to achieve. Fail to plan is plan to fail, always remember that.

It’s like a start of something new. It’s also one of the best moments to take a hiatus, look back, whether you’re stupid enough or not, to have fall for someone, because love sucks!

He thinks summer is the time when you can get upset easily. Outside is blooming, there is no such thing as cool water coming out from the tap. Inside, troubles arise from the root.

For too much of mind-bogglers, it’ll drive you an inch closer to the wall. It’s down to logic versus emotion, creativity pays, but please don’t look back in anger, don’t look back in anger.

He thinks summer is like an unwelcomed guest. The intensity is killing every single living organism. Beautiful flower dies, if left not attended by him, who has the power, to turn attention to greet blossoming tulips.

He who likes flower should learn something out of it. All flowers go through a cycle, like human, there are highs and lows, just remember do not held your head too high. A flower can die today and flourish back tomorrow, that’s food for thought.

The author thinks whenever we’re faced with situations, we can’t judge on something based on emotion, and that’s the time when we should held our head high, to confront the adversity. Just like the rejuvenation of death flower.

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