Blur the Rhyme started out as a simple gallery of poems.

It is initially an attempt to sublimate raw thoughts and emotions; a channel to reach euphoria, an antidote for an itching mind. It was like a cabinet that organizes both thoughts and feelings through a particular number of words and rhymes. I was kind of a neat freak before, and poems are a way for me to handle the inexplicable, and the inevitable (and unfortunately chaotic) urge of thoughts and emotions that come.

Today, Blur the Rhyme became more than just a minimalist gallery of uniformed patterns of words, I figured words, especially poems, aren’t meant to control and organize such things. Words, although sometimes limited, are a form of expression too beautifully complex to rigidly box.