Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Outside

I hear the outside, differently, randomly, desperately. It is dark and bright. There are extremes and opposites. The world is round and huge. The heart is vulnerable and weak. People have their freedom. They cross each other’s boundaries. We commit … Continue reading

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The Idea That Breaks Me

  You are the idea that breaks me. Ripping me into these pieces. I am turning my head away from thinking. You are tearing me apart again and again.   2017

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Imperfect

What eyes that cry. What hands that hold. What ears that listen. What mouth that speaks. What heart that feels. What soul that breaks. These are all I have. These are all temporary. These are all imperfect.   2017

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Bad Angel

Falling, not flying. Hurting, not mending. The end of good things. They say, “Nobody’s perfect.” You don’t belong where we are and it’s hard for you to not argue. Compromising, not obeying. Leaving, not staying. You started a fight. I … Continue reading

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The Peculiar Orchid

The look of a stranger. Eyes that speak another world. It came like a monstrous dream. Full of rage and sharp teeth and nails. It birthed a parallelism. One strength opposes the weak. Pointing fingers to the enemies, I stumble with … Continue reading

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‎Zhōngguó

I walk in the humid hours of narrow streets, of gentle evening. I am enveloped in darkness and my shadow disappeared. Tiny, artificial lights are inferior. Some ancient houses left remnants of bricked walls and the lake cannot explain the … Continue reading

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Almost There

There are things that we cannot avoid. There are things that indeed end. There are things that certainly change. There are things that make us feel good. There are things that are worth to keep. And I am definitely almost … Continue reading

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