By the time you losthalf of your legs you will realizeyou have walked a thousand milesaway from your ghoststo a place they won’t follow you for a desert is a paradiseto the one who lives without a shadow and once
alon sa aking puso, sumayaw ka paikot-ikot hanggang marating mo ang hanggangan ng lupang pangako sa paghalik ng dagat sa durog kong kaluluwa ibabalon ko ang hapdi ng bangag kong pag-asa baka sakaling magising sa tarangkahan ng langit tangay ng
Be grateful for those quiet loves that didn’t ask for attention or be loved in return but rather just kept shining on you like a benign sun or a radiant moon content to watch you with an unsent love song
A button fell from my coat, unmade and spring air whooshed afront my face abashed about a button gone small things can’t be replaced with none A man looked at the moonless sky there’s a hole in the corner and
“I’m not about big spaces,” said she grimly, mouth pursed, a little tangy around the edges. “I’m all about the small ones. Corners, the tiny gaps between the stools around the table. I’d slip into that. I’m content with the
From afar, a trumpet resounded without a tune sang a dog in a four-pawed cadence silence the trees danced along the march. Footsteps drummed in a celebration of summer like no other, the sun lit up with a smile from
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