No Longer

Trampled, broken, bruised Stuck between white and black hues Attempting to muse Asynchronous flow  Feebly swirling the undertow  Drowning in sorrow  Hypothermia Shivering to convulsions  Seizures inside sew  Seems seamless and fine Scars and gashes but no sign  No longer aligned Image taken from:

The Dreamer and The Dream

"There is a dreamer, and there is the dreamer of the dream. The dream is a short-- lived play of forms. It is the world-- relatively real but not absolutely real. Then there is the dreamer, the absolute reality in which the forms come and go. The dreamer is not the person. The person is part of the dream. The dreamer … Continue reading The Dreamer and The Dream


Glittery pearls floating in the sea Manifested buoyancy  After having found we in 'me.' Accepting duality now set free. After epiphany of clear sight Wings spread to take flight Given grace instead of misusing might Oysters opened shimmering their light Some may slip and fall Vision blurred by an invisible wall Getting back up again, painless … Continue reading Free

Phuket Part 3– The Big Buddha And Phrom Thep Cape

Yesterday was a pretty wonderful day. On the way to Kata beach the previous two times I had always seen the Big Buddha overlooking both Kata and Chalong, but never really knew how to get there. To my excitement I found it was accessible by Chalong, where I live now, so decided last weekend to … Continue reading Phuket Part 3– The Big Buddha And Phrom Thep Cape

13 Reasons Why– There Is A Happy Ending

Last Sunday before I went to Kata Beach, I watched the first episode of 13 Reasons Why. It immediately made me depressed and to reminisce on high school, which was the beginning seven or eight years of battling through depression, four suicide attempts, and what I now come to real-eyes as the journey through myself. I've … Continue reading 13 Reasons Why– There Is A Happy Ending

First Date

A barrier of language broken by mutual affinity to discuss the mundane. Miraculous when oysters giggle. Iridescent sparkle felt and reflected. A stolen umbrella, and chariot ride benevolently bestowed. Escalating lessons in modality received. Self-conscious of linguistic struggle drowned by security from his comforting presence. Secure from their mother's tears as she fires bullets. A … Continue reading First Date


The blind leading the blind. Regurgitation resuscitates a child's pleading wish. Belonging by inspiring smiles. Being without achieving. Continuing without reaping progress while learners enjoy their bliss. Sowing seeds for future futile endeavors. Or does the futility lie in the expectation? Accomplishment seduces failure. Success permeates, escorted by forgotten passion. Manifested in remembrance of fading … Continue reading Ambiguity

Who You Are

" 'But I don't know who I am. I don't know what it means to be myself.' If you can be absolutely comfortable with not knowing who you are,then what's left is who you are-- the being behind the human, the field of pure potentiality rather than something that is already defined." -Eckhart Tolle Image taken from: