It was October when I first landed in Taipei. The weeks that followed was a whirlwind of unpacking, class registrations and classes, sightseeing (c/o of our local classmates), homework, learning how to operate the dorm’s electronic equipment (i.e. washing machine and dryer with Chinese instructions) – general madness. I had arrived late for the semester […]
In keeping with this week’s photo challenge – water fills the space between him and this magnificent creature.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Breakfast
My humble contribution to Thursday Poets’ Rally Week 56.
An impromptu quickie for The Gooseberry Garden Poetry Picnic.
It was dad’s last night home. He was leaving again to work in Saudi Arabia (K.S.A.) early the following day. My eyes were dry but my pillows damp. I was nine and with an understanding of why he had to leave. But how much could a child’s mind truly grasp? Years forward, I heard this song and it reminded me of those tearful goodbyes.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Wonder
An attempt to explore a twisted mind and tortured soul seeking revenge. My gratitude to Z for helping me develop a plot.
This piece is in gratitude for the Perfect Poem Award.
Classrooms are not so soporific from the outside. This is a view of my classroom (top floor) at National Taipei University from the outside; taken one Saturday afternoon in 2008.