It's March and the last weeks of school have arrived. Final exams ended on Wednesday and, finally, the students can rest easy.
After five months of oppressive cold, spring has finally arrived in Japan. To someone from the southern hemisphere, the idea of starting the year in April confuses me greatly. Especially because we had an end of year party in December. In March we had an end of school year party followed a week later by … Continue reading Spring in Japan: Life and Hanami
I felt like myself today / Light and easy / No mask to put on / or hiding behind / A checkout perfect smile / It was just me / Here.
The stone on his chest sparked and he roared and reached out. Flashes of alchemical energy crackled from his fingers as he clutched at the sides of the man’s head. The man screamed as his flesh boiled and shifted like the summer horizon...
It's warm, but not claustrophobic / Bodies press together / Rocking with the sway of the rails / My guide clings to my arm / And talks a little...
I hate you, but I need you / My other lovers treated me right / Serviced my senses / Woke me with whispers and sighs / Caressed my taste buds / And you don't even try
Heels clack in sharp three-four / Lips pursed as she walks to the door / Knuckles rap on wood and wait / Clipboard poised, will they take the bait?
When you have an established routine, you tend to know when to expect mediocrity. And seven o’clock on a Tuesday morning never failed to meet my abysmally low expectations.
A grate in the skull / Pressure in my nose / Hands fiddle with pant legs / I need my phone.
She's started caring about boys / Let her hair down / And rolled up her skirt / To show a flirt of thigh...