Archive for the Poetry Category
Two weeks ago, I left for an unplanned trip to the Philippines because my grandfather was dying. When I arrived in Manila with my mother and aunt, we went straight to the hospital. My grandfather, who used to stand tall and dominant in the room, was now frail, yet dominant still but now for another [...]
We say it most, we say it least. We expect the most, but when unexpected, we are most pleased. We learn it early, we forget it too soon. Too simple, too benign, harmless, even. Yet a tad bit heavy, so over the moon. Given to those who do not care, really only to appease. Unsaid [...]
I will be slowing moving my posts from my old blog so that they’re all in one place! This entry was first published in my old blog on October 20, 2009, which I have now turned to private viewing. *** I hunger for meaning. Define for me the world of numbers, of thinking, of knowing. [...]
Occasionally, creativity befalls upon me, when the words just flow through my veins with such power and majesty, or when images come together like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Occasionally, this happens in the kitchen (though this happens mostly while in the shower). Thank you, Magnetic Poetry, for the words on my fridge.