Monthly Archives: January 2014

Behind the Rain is a Light of God

Brief note: The three chapters of this memoir are basically about my experiences of being a Christian. I’ll include two of my experiences in college and one experience in secondary school. Before I came to Canada, I was a half-year … Continue reading

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Bejeweled Obsidian (First sonnet of 2014)

Diamonds that decorate the night, their white glow outstands the dark. Their centers lit up like fireflies. Four thin edges stretched out like a ninja’s shuriken. They are scattered over the heaven as if Iridessa has tossed her pixie dust … Continue reading

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First poem of 2014! (<3 The Vancouver Lights)

The tiny fairies retreat from the bushes, activating their wands. They shower waves of dust that paints the fading evening pink canvas into an obsidian sheet. Remains of their magic form into twinkling stars that makes the sky a masterpiece. … Continue reading

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