a barren wasteland by the corner of my eye,
a beautiful spring weather by the other,
i glance upon the deserted location,
and saw a figure crying as my eyes looked further
i ignored the beautiful spring and walked to the desert
because i couldn’t leave that distant child alone
i could not bear to see another soul be torn
A cold night. The city buzzing, the cars speeding through the roads, the neon lights shining as bright as the sun during the day. The heat the emanates from the bright neon colors that scatter through the city equates the heat of two longing hearts that meet for the first time. Under those neon lights, sometimes you glance upon a young couple,…[Read more]
A nobleman walked into the room holding such a credibility that you may find respectable. He walked up to the middle of the room with no trouble as citizens gave way to the gentleman in blue. He gave a thundering speech that overwhelmed the hearts of all those that stand in earshot. I sat in the back of the room of this old and rusty bar, as I…[Read more]
“There’s a smudge on your cheek, darling”, said the handsome male in a suit and tie.
“Do you mind removing it for me?” Replied the woman in a long silky gown.
“No problem at all, milady.”
the handsome young male reached in to his pocket for a handkerchief, and to his surprise, found none. The young woman stared in wonder as the male stood…[Read more]
We lived in a small house by a beautiful hill, where you can see the adoring view and feel the fresh hair caressing your face. Our small house consists of me, you, our 4 dogs, and our loving parents. Every morning we’d go outside and play; we’d pretend to be explorers in a vast mission to discover hidden temples and artifacts. We’d enjoy ourselves…[Read more]
“I know this place. I’ve been here before. I sat on that chair and ate with my family. I know that stove, my mother used to love making me anything I wanted. I know that fireplace, my father used to tell me stories of how the world used to be during his time. I know that corner… as my family grew apart, I returned to that corner time and time…[Read more]