Mia Moore, Jewelry lover

“The more I learn about jewelry and dive into its history, the more I love it. Getting to know the meanings behind objects in particular moments in time, how they translated into status, wealth or power. Jewelry has always been a way to communicate and distinguish and with the evolution of society, it turned into another way of expression, like clothing. I’m passionate about how we use it to express who we really are.”

Men die, but writing remains.

The rise of “Rapid Literature”

A world where everything can be pirated and shared for free or atleast the intellectual property can be free, became a reality. Although this heavily harmed the ego of the people involved in the business, there were still means for them to earn. 

And that’s where Rapid Literature came into picture!


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    When you just mumbled a Goodbye, My heart started missing your pulse so high. Although I’d see you, the next morn any how. There’s this reflex from your soul to mine now.

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  • Wind

    I look at my hands, I start my day realizing that the mug handle melts and the tea spills, my hands strangle the center of the mug.

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    Little Things

    It’s always about the imperfections of two people. It’s about finding a person who’s as imperfect as you are, who not only understands your love but accepts all your insecurities, possessiveness, anger and jealousy as well. These are the Little things that count.

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  • Don’t Quit
    Don’t Quit

    Ever wonder why people quit? There are infinite reasons that people quit in the middle; after all, each individual is unique. Sometimes, they don’t believe in themselves, or just don’t want to.

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