About

Real Name: Joan Miranda
Link: LilMissJoan on Facebook

The only thing you should know about me is that no matter how close or tight you think we are, you can never really know me. You will only see what I will allow you to see.
It doesn’t mean that I am not being myself when I am with you, but rather I was just a part of myself. One day, when you are able to see past the smiles and the lies, and you still want to stay, then maybe I can show you more.
One of my experience in life has made me not want to be vulnerable, but it gets tiring and sometimes I find myself wishing, I could allow myself to be.
If you think you can be that person that can let me vulnerable and not judge or sympathize, then I’ll be glad to get to know you too.

60 thoughts on “About

  1. zigzapiens says:

    good topics to meditate on…in this about too

    I’m just glad you liked the poem ๐Ÿ™‚

    guess I’ll have to say that:
    you look like an โ€œaaawwwwwwโ€ kind of girl, or how i had it popped up in my mind: “aaawwwwwwโ€ kind of “poetiza” – that’s female poet in portuguese (my native language)
    and poiesis is all about beauty.

    Haven’t read you much, but I’ll do it

    kisses

    • LilMissJoan says:

      Thanks…
      Just a hopeless romantic here that’s why I love to say “aawwwww” but only on really heart moving poems

      • zigzapiens says:

        “hopeless romantic”…those are two words i can perfectly merge myself with, and fit in it’s, multiverse of meanings.

        I like, that you feel like that about the poem…perhaps thats why i rescued that one from my old dead-self poem depository – not long ago, back then, I was free and alive. then I locked myself up, started to listen to the others, doubted myself and shutted my heart.

        It’s a tendency to, turn to stone…Nevermind/ One more/ Slammed door, at lonely heart’s core

        I’m sorry…I just felt like writing this, and fell on the hopeless part…but…Never forget hope’s right before the less. and I’m turning dichotomysticly absurd, and i could go on, but i’m gone

        **

  2. sher says:

    Thanks for liking my blog posts! I’ve recently made my blog private so if you’d like to check it out you’re welcome, to swing by ๐Ÿ™‚ I love the poetry by the way, it’s mindblowing!

  3. tachr says:

    Beautiful blog you have…. Especially the background. It reminds us of how small we are comparing to The Universes around us, and God. Still He is with us always…..Thanks for liking my post on The servant of the Divine Word.

  4. Neeraj Kumar says:

    Hi Joan, I went through reading a bunch of your poems and just wanted to tell you that I’m impressed by the sudden transformation in your writing.. I’m so impressed and so I’m following you now.. Keep up the Great Work! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • LilMissJoan says:

      Thanks, the mood of my poem changed because my feelings also changed…:)
      Gonna go through your blog and read as well…:)

  5. Andrew Brobyn says:

    Thanks for liking my poems, I read a few of yours and you’ve quite a talent. Check out my older work from when I felt more inspired.

  6. skipmars says:

    Thanks for reading “The Gun, the Bad and the Ugly” and responding. It is a repost of a poem I wrote several weeks ago. Unfortunately, I felt the need to repost in response to the Aurora, CO incident.

  7. 25pesocupnoodles says:

    Maraming salamat at akoโ€™y iyong natagpuan, sa kadahilanang ito, nagbukas din sa akin ng pagkakataong makatagpo ng isa ring โ€œblogโ€. Naaninag ko rin ang layon ng iyong โ€œaboutโ€ page. I can relate to that. Nais ko itong iwan sa about page mo,

    โ€œTanging sarili lang ang makakaalam sa tunay na intensyon, maging itoโ€™y isang suyo o maging itoโ€™y isang tuso.โ€

    – isang halaw sa kathang http://25pesocupnoodles.wordpress.com/2012/06/29/tanging-sarili-lang/

  8. Saint In Training says:

    Thank you so much for liking my poem Joan Miranda :). You have such a beautiful smile and it’s evident a talent for writing. I hope you continue to visit and pray you prosper in the talent God has gifted you.

    Blessings,
    Rebecca

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