Ronald – Part 1

A play by Danyson and Eleos T(It is 6.01 PM. RICK was just dismissed from CCA in school. The sky is grey and cloudy.)  RICK: Hmmm, the sky is so dark now. I better hurry home before I get caught in the rain.  (RICK walks to the back gate of school, but he sees aContinue reading “Ronald – Part 1”

Journsplit: Shrek

Whether you consider Shrek an all star or just a mediogre movie, you’ll probably enjoy this episode of Journsplit, where Aditi and Ryan discuss actors, accents, and try not to go ogre-board with the puns. Person 1: Hi everyone! Welcome back to Journsplit! Today we will be talking about the eight time award winning movie,Continue reading “Journsplit: Shrek”

the joy of writing

by cherry 

I distinctly remember sitting next to a friend named John* in primary school, right at the back of the classroom. He was the kind of friend I talked to only in class, but never made eye contact with out of the classroom. Soft-spoken, but talkative enough to keep me entertained during lessons. Sometimes, when we finished the work assigned to us, we would drift off into our own conversations. One particular instance, we decided to craft a story about our friends and us going on an adventure. Pretty typical and lame now that I think about it again, but to us back then, it was a novel idea. So our story writing began: we passed a small notebook between the two of us, each writing a short paragraph before passing it back. […]

to communicate

by janani

Humans are the only creatures who write. Some write for themselves, and others write for readers worldwide. Despite their differences in what they write, very individual has different reasons for writing, such as imaginative freedom, or to put himself or herself in impossible situations. Here’s why I write.

Firstly, I write because it is a way to communicate […]

writing is my calm

by yvette

At first, i was looking to write a lengthy, meaningful essay-like piece where I poured out my sentiments and feelings about why I write. Reasons like “to create something that outlives me” or “to let others see the world how I see it”, but I realised that while these are perfectly valid reasons, they simply did not apply to me. […]