‘Three paths, one truth’ is a poem about overthinking and being unsure how to go about a new relationship. Should you go fast, go slow, is it mutual, is it only one person in it?
‘Noise’ is a reflective piece about behind unheard.
‘Hide’ is a two-fold metaphor. On one hand being thankful for other people having experienced a similar emotion and you thus being able to relate to them. This could be through poetry, a song, movie, etc. The other angle is being passive and agreeing to follow the other person despite what you feel like.
‘Landing’ is a self-reflective piece about getting to know oneself and reflect on what it is you are searching for.
‘On/off’ is about realizing that some things are worth fighting for and deciding that you want to fight for them. Things that are worth it do not come easy.
‘Race’ is a about how relationships begin and how you’re trying to figure each other out and see who and what’s going to win: your needs or each other’s compromises.
‘Agree’ is a piece about compromises within a relationship and how these need to be created and recreated continuosly in order to function.
‘Midterm’ is a more abstract piece about relationships and considering whether the specific relationship is worth it or not.
‘Long term’ is a piece about relationships and considering whether your partners flaws are deal-breakers or if it’s something that you imagine that they are. Is there even such a thing as a deal-breaker and where is the line?