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Silence, Father

When grandmother passed away, father grew reticent. And I was okay with it, since he abandoned his routine of scolding me for Read More

Ami and Tsuki

Dozens of kittens were aligned in adjacent kennels, some meowing to be noticed, others taking their afternoon naps. I wandered the linear Read More

Ana and the Window

Staring through a window, I didn’t see my reflection, but instead an image of my corpse. My chest caved in, my lungs Read More

Your Kind of Thing

In our bedroom, darkness welcomed silence. I would stare out of the window into the neighborhood lights emanated by its street lamps, Read More

June, It’s Me

They sped a derelict car through a bleak road entangled by perched autumn trees, limp branches reminding them of their dejection—dangling for Read More

Nobody Cares

When it poured outside, gloom slowly struck my father like a chisel knocking against his finely tapered temples. I imagined it, every Read More

Pores

I stumbled home, a few drinks in. I thought about how I used to love. No, how hard I used love. I Read More