Monthly Archives: September 2014

UNTITLED NO. 3

Hong Kong falls apart as I wonder who will watch me?

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The Civil War Inside Our Heads

Photo taken from the NYtimes.com I’ve always felt a tinge of sadness for military photos. The woman in uniform sobbing as she holds her child in an airport. The crying sister curled up in a ball next to her brother’s … Continue reading

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COLORADO

we hit it where the 5 melts into the 210, weaving past cars like streaks of oil silver, gleam, white bounces chrome glints off streetlights, yellow lines flicker and slide away. we slow to the residential streets again, you rest … Continue reading

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UNTITLED NO. 2

Vancouver, BC. Wikipedia Creative Commons those bright city lights, I had followed them everywhere. from the twinkling lamps of Hong Kong markets to pink and purple smog in Chicago in the morning, to steel skyscrapers of Dubai – you took … Continue reading

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