A warm fire blossoms inside the confines of the fireplace as charred embers and soot ascend towards the skies through a red bricked chimney. From the window she watches the clouds sail across the sea of shining stars. The air in the house had suddenly become chilly and this had nothing to do with the … Continue reading While she slept.
Since I moved to the big city I had learnt to wake at exactly 4:20, it was necessary if I wanted to beat the mammoth third mainland-bridge traffic. I’d say my prayers, rub and shine then dissolve into the dense stream of chaos and anarchy. Living in this city taught me one thing, rage. It … Continue reading Change