The.Republic.of.Aisha

i told myself i wanted to use my phone less and it was working. but then i shattered my screen and the stars awkwardly align for my previous desire. so now i use my phone less.


living alone has made me appreciate the freedom of a bra and shorts. gone are the days i have to throw on a shirt to go to the kitchen. at least until him. and even that is debatable.


Every time my parents wedding anniversary comes around I get upset and sad when I remember they got divorced before I even understood what an anniversary was.


We will never know our true potential until we are forced to find strength in the forgotten crevasses of our existence.

Received the official layout of my AOA Pharos competition poem that will be published soon. Remind me to always keep my love for art in medicine. View Larger

Received the official layout of my AOA Pharos competition poem that will be published soon. Remind me to always keep my love for art in medicine.


knowing you need to do better and actually making the strides to do better are two different things! borderline overwhelmed. but motivated.

One of my fears when living alone is that I will not be able to finish making a dish because I can’t open the jar.