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Life is work and work consists of actual work to pay the bills. I’ve been busy being an adult. Working hard and worry about the future. Life of a parent right? Placing writing on hold is something I’ve done many … Continue reading
When you say you work in IT most people assume you work on computers. Some think you literally make the computers, while others might assume you write code since you’re Korean. It’s kind of similar to when I say I … Continue reading
Sometimes all you need in common is the fact that you were unwanted. The backstory is just the meat. -OM 44.1
I never said I was gonna stop blogging. I just said I was shutting down HarsH ReaLiTy… So this is technically all legal! … -OM
As I transition to a new job I keep being told this. Granted most of the people think I’m 25, when I’m turning 40 this month. A bane of my Korean heritage I suppose. But boy if I hear this … Continue reading
I am not much for small talk. Anyone that corresponds with me through email knows this about me by now. I will generally avoid most questions about myself and will only answer what needs to be responded to. It isn’t … Continue reading
Winter night of stars and light. An empty glass stands as the past. I see myself in the reflection staring back. Sharded image colored like ice… it is me. Each image a perfect imagination and yet they have reality’s eyes. … Continue reading
I see wannabe saints everywhere. People are so quick to say “well if I had this or that I would do this or that.” It is very easy to speculate about what we would do if we had someone else’s … Continue reading
I know… oh lord another blogging article. The amusing part is today I mentally wrote a post and filed it in the glass room about how people should stop writing instructions on blogging. And here I am writing one. Oh … Continue reading
I view the world through a cascade of color. Prisms of light shine through the twin teardrops I have bred, but not yet given birth to. They hang upon my being and sway in a desperate attempt to not succumb … Continue reading
Do your parents speak English? No, they kind of wave their arms around and point at things while grunting. So do you like eat rice every day? So do you like eat fat every day? When did you come to … Continue reading
Everyone else is writing “how to” articles so I decided I would write one as well. This is my “how to” process on writing blogs. Hopefully you find some helpful information here. I begin by putting on a plastic crown … Continue reading
She holds my hand and we step into a moment of our own. Nothing else matters, you share everything regardless of what type of emotion is being ingested at that given time. I feel that way about my wife and … Continue reading
Melting dreams they drip from above. Tumbling down filled with love. Love and hope that will never see the light. Try and try as we might. I would not say I am an example to follow. To perhaps read in … Continue reading
If you walk from the beaches of Dreadbin and follow the river inland for a mile you will reach a giant forest. There are many names for the trees found here, but most people in this area call them Blackwater … Continue reading
Would you die for your country?
Who has made a New Year’s Resolution for 2014? Has anyone broken theirs already?
If you knew the exact day you would die would you live your life differently?
12/03/1981 – Journal Entry One Memphis, TN It has been a good year so far and I am thankful that it isn’t as cold as it normally is here in Memphis this time of year. I walked a lot today. … Continue reading
How closely can inspiration be tied to emotional well-being? This can be one of the hardest parts about being a writer, the ability to separate one’s self from the moment. This is easier said than done, but one thing I … Continue reading
Like a waking dragon, he rises tall. Stretching forth, magnificent, beams of morning light glisten off golden chest. Confidence, supremacy, these are qualities you once more exude. You stride forth, vigor renewed. A fresh look, a fresh face. And yet still the … Continue reading