What happens when you fly too close to the sun. Continue reading Sunscreen
Growing up, I never felt like being Chinese, or by extension Asian, was ever cool. It was never something I felt particularly proud of. It was never anything that held much meaning for me…
Continue reading We Are Warriors
Stoicism is the new black. Continue reading Made From Metal
A poem about burning desire. Continue reading Gore
Youth and naivety are like tinted glass through which we see the world. As we get older, we desire to see the world as it is, even if it doesn’t look so pretty. Continue reading Not So Bad
I’ve been trying to get into the habit of writing specifically when I don’t have anything to write about or any ideas. Something about turning creativity into a habit, rather than waiting for inspiration to strike. Continue reading Sinning in the Evening
Look out the window now, See that life you’d rather live. Look out the window now, How much more life have you to give? As a child, we looked out the window, Wishing we could be out, To play in the fields and on swings, A simpler time, a single digit brings, Less trouble, thoughts and things, To worry your little mind about, Less sadness, … Continue reading Out The Window
A darker poem exploring the shortcomings of Religion and the gods we are beholden to.
Trigger Word Warnings: Pedophilia // rape // incest Continue reading Machine is Good.
A poem I wrote for someone I love very much. Continue reading Click!
Margaret Zhang, oh, Margaret Zhang, Bastion of our Millennialism Product of our Nihilism, You did great. My co-worker spoke to me today, About Margaret Zhang, Did you hear about her? About the shoots and first class trips, All expenses paid? Embarrassing for us, shameful at the least, That she’s making two times, four times, Ten times what I’m making, With clenched fist. She’s twenty three, twenty … Continue reading Margaret Zhang