Alicia Lidwina

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An author, an avid reader, an occasional blogger, and an observant dreamer. While the idea of deconstructing ephemerality through writings fascinates her the most, she has to concur with the idea of writing just for fun. Sometimes you might find her sipping espresso at the nearest cafe, other times she would be haunting vacant seats in food courts while munching on her endless supply of chocolate bars.

Of Struggles, Reason to Fight, and Moon River

When I was a kid, my father almost always worked until very late every day. It baffled me to think that I never had a good, long, conversation with him until I hit puberty—not because we didn’t want to, but because he was never around, to begin with.





After all, he always went to work before I even woke up, and returned home after I fell asleep. And to be perfectly honest, I think there was a little

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“Ada sesuatu yang hilang setiap kali kau bertemu dengan teman lamamu. Kata lama dalam istilah tersebut seolah menjadi pengekang yang membekukan lidah. Kau akan kehabisan kata-kata, bahkan meski kau menyimpang kenangan manis bersamanya. Kau tahu kau tak akan bisa kembali ke masa-masa itu, dan itulah yang membuatmu membujur kaku—mengutuk kelalaianmu sendiri untuk mengklaim balik posisi yang seharusnya sudah menjadi milikmu: seorang teman.

Tapi kau tahu kau tidak bisa melakukannya.

Kau bukanlah temannya lagi.”
Alicia Lidwina




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