Looming Stranger

“Let me in!”

I can’t
I can’t touch the cold hard knob
Refuse to unhook the latch
Just close your eyes
It will go away

In and Out

“Open the door!”

I won’t
I won’t leap to the mountains
Refuse to take a step

Block the noise
Clear your mind
An illusion
That is all
Voices of your imagination

Steady your breath

“I’m coming back!”

Compose yourself
It is over
For now


Remnants Resurface

I do not want to know
But somehow
Has its way
Through accidental glimpses

Are they accidents?
Are accidents even real?
I try
To cover my eyes
Hide my mind

Remnants of you resurface

Your presence
As they creep up
Too late to stop

Making its way carelessly
Stepping through cracks
Visiting facts
Replaying such acts

Will I ever get away?
From your shadows of relay
Accidental display

Mediocre Be Bold


Tell me
How I can write away with thee
Tell Me
How I can write extraordinarily

Will I hit my goals
Touch souls

Will hearts be stitched

Attentions lured
Brokenness cured
Intentions pured
Fill a void

Whose heart will I hold?
Mind forever fold
Silence told


Mediocre be bold


Simple Summer Shrimp Salad

Steps and ingredients are specially made by me


4 already cooked “simple summer shrimps”

*You can find the recipe here

1 Fresh Organic Leaf of Romaine Lettuce

6 Slices of Cucumber

10 Julienne Yellow Bell Pepper

1/8 tsp of parsley


1) Wash vegetables with “Fit Fruit and Vegetable Wash”

Note: These washing steps must be done in order

A) Wash vegetables with water

B) Spray “Fit Fruit and Vegetable Wash” on the produce

C) Rub the wash for 1 minute

D) Rinse under water

2) Remove and dispose the lettuce stalk and spine

3) Chop romaine lettuce to medium-size pieces

4) Place chopped lettuce in the middle of the plate

5) Place slice cucumbers around the side of the plate

6) Place the cooked shrimps beside the cucumbers

7) Sprinkle parsley on the slice cucumbers

8) Place julienne yellow bell peppers between the shrimps and cucumbes

and on top of the chopped lettuce


* Salad dressing is optional.

Enjoy! 🙂

Simple Summer Shrimp

Note: These ingredients and steps are solely made by me. Enjoy! 🙂


1 tbsp unsalted butter

1/8 teaspoon salt

1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper

1/4 slice of lemon

1/8 cup parsley

1/8 cup cilantro

1 large egg

1/2 cup skim milk


1) Mix the eggs and skim milk together

2) Dip shrimps on the egg milk mix

3) Preheat pan

4) Place 1 tbpsp of unsalted butter on the heated pan

5) Place shrimps on pan

– Wait until shrimps turns “Golden Brown”

6) Sprinkle a dash of salt on one side of the shrimps

– Flip the shrimps

7) Sprinkle a dash of cayenne pepper on the other side

– Flip the shrimps

8) Squeeze 1/4 slice of lemon

9) Sprinkle a dash of parsley on one side of the shrimps

– Flip the shrimps

10) Sprinkle a dash of cilantro on the other side

Transfer contents on plate covered with 2 sheets of paper towel to filter excess oil


Serve w/ any side of your choice. Enjoy! 🙂



He Believes He Never Leaves

God says,
“I believe in you”
It whispers into my soul
Soul full of doubt
His voice I cannot live without

Jesus says,
“I will not leave you”
It speaks into my heart
Heart full of hurt
His presence I want to be part

He believes
For He knows who I am
He never leaves
For He understands
He whispers
For He wants silence
He speaks
For He loves to be heard

My soul
My heart
His touch

He Never Leaves


Hey Bloggers!

We all have waited, waited for something and someone. When we wait, we are either ordered to stay put or do something. When we are asked to watch and wait, what happens? We tend to get impatient, frustrated, and angry. Several questions run through our beautiful minds: “What happens next?” “When will it happen” “Is it even worth waiting for?” These phrases fill our minds, and we lose hope. We lose sight of the bigger things God has in store for us. We start to settle and force situations that are not part of His plan, causing a delay to our destination.

Then an offer comes. Someone comes. Something comes. And we are thrilled because finally they have arrived. However, they are part of the trial. They are part of God’s challenge for you, and they are not where you are meant to stay. Our hearts are excited because we made ourselves believe that “this is it”, but they are merely a trial. So, when we are back to waiting, we question God’s plans, making us believe that maybe we have to do something or maybe we are not doing enough. However, no matter how hard we try, we still end up waiting.

Waiting for a response, that flicker of hope that lets us know that our wait will soon be over. Make believe signals we craft in our minds giving us something to hold on to, while we are walking into uncertainty. The only thing we are definite about is the fact that something or someone is worth the wait, and even that is not enough to satisfy our thirst for answers. We want to examine the specifics, the who, what, where, when, why, how…

You see waiting is an oxymoron. We wait and we feel constant, however, what is going on in our minds is really a roller coaster. For time it is constant, linear ticking of clock, but for our impatient minds and hearts we are on a ride of hope, fear, promise, and despair. The truth of the matter is in fact: you are not just simply waiting; your faith and patience are being polished. You are being prepared for the next big thing.

This is jasminedelacerna, signing off ❤