up and down and up again
this is the life, baby
disorientation is a sign that you’re
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Gratiagusti Chananya Rompas was born in Jakarta, 19 August 1979. She studied English Literature in Universitas Indonesia, Depok (2003) and received her masters in The Gothic Imagination from University of Stirling, Scotland (2005).
She is one of the founders of Komunitas BungaMatahari, a mailing list-based Indonesian poetry community that have embraced many poetry enthusiasts with its catchphrase “semua bisa berpuisi” or, roughly translated, “poetry for all”. She is also involved in Selatan, a literary journal, and Paviliun Puisi, a monthly open mic event--both managed by her and her like-minded friends.
She currently resides in Jakarta, trying to find balance between writing and day-to-day living.
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2 thoughts on “a taste of vertigo”
nggak bisa lebih setuju dari itu..
gw juga zillionan kali mengalami itu..
dan baru sekarang gw tau,
kalo belom mentok ke kulminasi bawah,
gw nggak akan melaju pesat ke titik normal lagi..
so, percepat terjun bebasnya..
waduh, saya baru membaca ini.
tapi betul, couldnt agree more…
tapi yang menyedihkan, kadang saya malah terlalu addicted to that disorientation thing. kalo udah sakit kepala karena kebanyakan disorientation, malah marah-marah sama hidup… aduh, ya seperti itulah kira-kira…
btw i always adore the way you put 'life' into beautiful words… (“,)