"Captain Theo steps aboard his ship. It is a glorious day. The sky is a brilliant gem. The ocean, a sparkling jewel. All villagers of Sunnysea came to cheer him. Their voices lift Captain's spirit even higher. Ladies hankerchiefs flutter like baby doves training for flight. It's been a long journey to this moment. It … Continue reading “until the wave poured her inside me, right in here, in the bottle that I was” ~ fragment from work in progress
Keep burning Dear woman, please, don’t cry when he goes away. Remember, the Sun sets each day to rise back tomorrow. At night, billions of suns shine for lovers. Stay awake tonight and milk a drop of fragrant oil from each star. Keep your longing burning … until dawn. He brings new life. … Continue reading Keep Burning ~ a poem
We use words everyday. All the time. There should be a school to teach us how to use them. How to stay in touch with my true intention when speaking a word. How to say it in a way that produces good feelings in the other. Because it's not only about the logical information they … Continue reading Words for women, words for men
I don't want to say big words. I don't want to make big promises to you. All I want to say is ... I'm sorry! I'm sorry for not trusting in you. I'm sorry for every time I said or suggested you were wrong. I'm sorry for not taking care of you, not fulfilling your … Continue reading Mind Chatter, Emotions and Letter to My Man
I wish to have the right tone when I speak and when I write too. Yesterday, after writing the For the Love of Thai Curry post, I thought about the tone of my speech. It might sound I am complaining or a little sarcasm about my husband's perfectionist way of cooking (which it's not new, … Continue reading How can I say it lovingly?