Monthly Archives: December 2014

Loneliest Christmas

No Noche Buena nor Christmas decors

Only grief that still lingers

A poem: “Young One” by yours truly

The world is big

The sky is high

I look up

But everyone else is a giant,

Looking down on me,

Casting shadows on me.

Their gazes piercing my eyes

The’re all scary

I bend my knees

And touch the ground

For it is so much closer

Than the azure above

I look down

And stare at my dirty boots

For they’re so tiny like me

And don’t give me strange looks

A poem: “Reconciliation” by yours truly

You are blind

She is deaf

Is this the dead end?

Were you two too conceited?

Shall tears be shed?

Shall silence be broken?

For the faith so sacred

Never to be forsaken

For those who have rough friendships right now


A poem: “Allergic” by yours truly

She hides behind that mask

The mask known as privacy

She doesn’t like the scent of flowers

In the garden of gossip and flattery

She wants to go somewhere else

To a place without butterflies

Which appear beautiful and flawless

But are only attracted to fragrant lies

The garden is unbelievably vast

It seems to stretch indefinitely

But she needs to run away fast

To enter the ideal reality



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My Thoughts on「The Da Vinci Code」 by Dan Brown

This book is part of my 2014 Library. Hurrah!

I remember the time that the movie adaptation of The Da Vinci Code was criticized in my country as it was thought to be a blasphemous work that would challenge the faith of Christians, more specifically the Roman Catholics, and make them doubt their beliefs. Continue reading My Thoughts on「The Da Vinci Code」 by Dan Brown