Words of a Memory Hoarder
The Thrill in Our Story
1st of December
EC Meets PH
One Step Behind
In Your Eyes
Turn Left, Turn Right
About Me 📎
Julie Ann May M. Gomez
(n.) A wanderer. A person for whom the act of traveling is more important than the destination.
"Words of a Memory Hoarder"
A collection of original poems based on experiences, feelings and random subject matters. It will also feature works submitted by different aspiring poets.
Frequently Asked Questions ❓
📆 Why is the name of your website “Words of a Memory Hoarder?”
✏️ Most people love collecting memories through pictures, which I also do, and in addition to that, I write poems to make those memories even more alive. I hoard memories through words.
📆 When did you start writing poems?
✏️ As far as I can remember, I wrote my first poem when I was in first grade. It was about my life as a student and was written in Tagalog since I’m still not confident writing poems in English at that time.
📆 What do you love about writing poems?
✏️ It enables me to express my feelings (main reason), it enhances my imagination, my vocabulary and creativity with words. I also love it when words rhyme that’s why most of my poems are rhyming
📆 Who is/are your influence/s in writing poems?
✏️ Lang Leav. I love how her simple words make a great impact on her readers.
📆 What are your interests besides writing poems?
✏️ I love reading books, singing, listening to music, exploring cafes or restaurants, travelling, watching movies and series, and just recently, watching vlogs.