sing weave and dance

A poem inspired by the endless horror of reading day after day the effects of man’s actions on Earth in the Anthropocene. Even our most innocent actions seem to have grave consequences that ripple into the increasingly unforeseeable future. Dilemmas arise with every single decision, endless compromise at every crossroad, and to what end, no one seems to know, or care. Why does it all seem so hard, are we even sure we’re not missing a simpler option?

Perfection is a poem

I consider myself a perfectionist. At face value, that is something to be proud of — to take pride in your work. But there are always hidden implications, and honestly these are extremely fatiguing. I needed a cure for all the second-guessing. And then I found not one, but three.

The Ending with No End

I chase a leaf blowing in the wind, a stray page from the land of lost endings. It sings an alto melancholy, of melodies that will never come into being.

One tale in particular beckons to me, with the easy charm of an old friend. It promises a timeless story, the only ending with no end.

Superboys last all century long

This story is from my archived old blog - posted as-was-originally-written almost a decade ago. A bit emo, but I think I was mostly exploring if a narrative can be carried in a stream-of-consciousness monologue without back-and-forth banter. An ode to Brian Aldiss’ Supertoys Last All Summer Long (which was subsequently made into the movie A.I. by Spielberg), with many easter egg references.