Moonwind Belmont

Moonwind Belmont


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Cebu, 7, Philippines
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About Me

I'm a musician by heart and have been blessed with this talent since I was a kid. I am also a writer but it seems I have lost the touch when I entered this reality called the "WORKING WORLD". I used to write a lot about the pains of scorned love, depression, death and suicide. During my high school and college years I had a truckload of frustrations against the world...I guess in a way I'm happy because depression and sadness is a fuel most writers tap from...

Most of my friends I'm a good natured, trustworthy shy loudmouth. But my close friends think I'm someone who will come to their side when all things fail. Modesty aside I think I am like that's why in a most circles or groups I'm in, I know a lot of secrets.

Because of this site, I'm starting to write again although with lesser anger but still the hapless romantic dweeb that lives a sometimes eccentric everyday life

Aside from the pen and the music, I race a lot and aspire also to be a professional drifter someday. I'm a civil engineer and I love cats.

I write like
Kurt Vonnegut

I Write Like by Mémoires, journal software. Analyze your writing!



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Posted 10 Years Ago

wish we could experience autumn here in the Philippines, but it's kinda coincidence that during either the Last week of April or the first week of May, there are yellow flowers falling from the tress planted here in the streets that gives a bright yellow color to the ground. It's kinda nice. And it also coincides with the enrollment here in our country and the summer graduation. It's kinda like the graduates are the falling flowers, the universities are the trees and the new students will be the new flowers on the trees. All in a yellow shade...well the best we can get near to autumn...

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Posted 10 Years Ago

Thank you so very much for your review of my poem, "Fall to Pieces (The Longest Goodbye)". You're right, there is something about autumn that invokes such inspiration, not entirely sure if its the obvious change in season, the leaves burning their fiery colors before falling to the ground (kind of like death, but going out with supreme beauty-going out with a bang I suppose-not to sound morbid or anything). It is my favorite time of year. Thank you so very much though! :) Send me a read request on anything you'd like me to read and I'll do so gladly! Take care!