Familiar Messes and other essays PDF Ú Familiar

Familiar Messes and other essays PDF Ú Familiar

Familiar Messes and other essays [Reading] ➹ Familiar Messes and other essays By Gratiagusti Chananya Rompas – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk “I found solace in nothing Because everything was temporary And days flew by like heavy cigarette smoke floating above the dancing heads in the city’s most notorious club like speech bubbles writt “I found solace in nothing Because everything was and other eBook ☆ temporary And days flew by like heavy cigarette smoke floating above the dancing heads in the city’s most notorious club like speech bubbles written in a language you cannot understand like a dragon’s breath you keep chasing like pills that move from your hand to your red lips”Gratiagusti Chananya Rompas’ personal essays are troves of memories she can always turn back to They started off as day to day accounts of events from her younger Familiar Messes Epub / years and the now But Anya as she is often called is obsessed with how things people do — often in haste — uickly fossilize into memories and how these memories in turn shape their lives.


10 thoughts on “Familiar Messes and other essays

  1. Raafi Raafi says:

    Last year I brought the book from Jakarta and intended to read for flight I maybe read a half book or and got distracted with other books so I didn't finish it yet Until last Sunday when I went for mid year retreat program and assured myself to read the book Now I officially finished itIt's so Anya; with intuition about little things around her and made the words meaningful However I didn't understand all of her writing in this book Some of them are too long and too complicated to figure out The other writings remind me about her fight with her illnessIn the morning I was a different person I think I grew up a bit into an adult who always tries to hold her tears just a bit longer every time The Change in A Room pg 15


  2. Qonita Qonita says:

    35 i like her innocence and straightforwardness her words speak to me


  3. Reffi Dhinar Reffi Dhinar says:

    As expected the title is Familiar Mess so even this book is thin I can feel the author's sadness and gloomy mind so real Until I read the page 'Afterword' she said that she has Bipolar now I know why her stories are so complicated I love how she can pack her riot mind into an honest essay or poem Art is not only about pain Art is also about irregular sentences


  4. Afifah Widya Afifah Widya says:

    Read with a hope to rectify something It's another year and seems to be moving even further away though The farthest


  5. Alvina Alvina says:

    Help does not always come And you still ask


  6. Perdana Perdana says:

    I like this book So intimate so blue and yet so hopeful the way Plath’s “I am I am I am”


  7. Lisna Atmadiardjo Lisna Atmadiardjo says:

    Have you ever feel vunerable after reading a book? This book is so dark makes me cringe


  8. Rizqiyatul F Rizqiyatul F says:

    This book is just like a diary Unusual stories written made me a bit confused I really can feel how the author's feeling Also the book is small so it just easy to carry everywhere


  9. Sashi Sashi says:

    This book is so raw it screams sombre and sorrow Her writings are beautiful but some of it feels like meant not to be understood by other than herself


  10. Bagas Bagas says:

    ga tau kenapa tapi ketika baca ini suka sedih sendiri really dark but really uick read jadi ga keberatan


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