Following the fairy tales

Interstellar Cinderella I knew time too intimately. Her imprisonment, like an evil stepmother, reduced me down to just a pulse and steadily stole beats away— left only crumbs of memories. Not even fairy godmothers could break her spell or deathly grasp of entropy until that night a force revealed love’s transcendence of time and space... … Continue reading Following the fairy tales

Rainy Poems

DrearyChillySlantedSaddenedWeepingShoweredDrenchedDrizzledScatteredColoredUnexpectedMistedNourishedFragrantBelovedRain. The Hawaiian language has over 200 different names for rain. The breadth of these names describe the form and qualities of each type, as well as the specific times and regions of the islands these rains can be found. The Hawaiian culture recognizes rain not only as an integral part of survival, but also … Continue reading Rainy Poems