Tag Archive: literature

An intermission of food and poetry

Busy with a last minute trip to Southern California visiting friends, this post will just feature excerpts of poetry from Nicanor Parra’s collection of “Antipoems: New and Selected”, along with tasty edibles from… Continue reading

Oh! if only I could write!

My favourite way to relax in the water is to float on my back to drown out the sounds and block the views of other people and just stare at the clouds’ constantly… Continue reading

Los Angeles give me some of you!

Los Angeles come to me the way I came to you! – John Fante During the four hour bus ride from Hanoi (Vietnam) to Halong Bay, I glimpsed remnants of the Tet Festival… Continue reading

The plague we suffer

When I used to live in Switzerland there was a couple that accompanied me during my workday commute on the tram. Entering the tram, they were already snuggled within each others arms, forming… Continue reading

Love love love

The book about Russian author and lepidopterist, Vladimir Nabokov, and his wife Véra caused a bit of a disaster. A friend gave me a free pass to his fancy gym and I brought… Continue reading