‘keepsake’ from not poems, just words is my existential pang of the day. will you remember me at all?
‘I’m a quiet person. But if you love me loud enough, I’d scream out love like the loudest sound.’
the short life series
(words and images © 2018 Ramon Loyola)
‘full house’ is one of my favourite pieces in my first-ever poetry collection, not poems, just words. it’s filled with truths and the tentative presence of memory.
‘No matter what happens to the world, to you, always know the joy of loving, of love.’
The Short Life series, words and images © 2018 Ramon Loyola
This, I think, is how to be still on a long weekend.
(from ‘I Look For You In Other Truths‘, 2014 MoshPit Publishing)
‘Jealousies (or what mine could do)’, from Blank Rune Press’ Forgetting is So Long, an anthology of Australian love poetry (2016). Have you ever been this jealous?
A re-post of ‘what he left’ from Not Poems, Just Words (2014, MoshPit). Because. Love and loss and grief.
(In the midst of everything that’s happening in this world …)
‘Let us be kind and strong and safe and big in love. It’s how love really matters.’
“with a scent like no other that brings you but calm”
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I’d like to think I can draw, make some doodles, and illustrate the heck out of it. Sadly, though, it’s a little amateurish. But, heck, it’s fun to do. Here are the first spoils of art.