A man gave me an Origami bird he had made, He does it as a project with some kids and I thought how great an idea. Teaching kids the beauty of creativity. What struck me is that not only is it a children's project but this man also gives birds to random people he encounters in public. … Continue reading The Bird of Hope
As she squeezed the last few pieces of yucca into the bowl the corner grew dim in the thatched roof house. Ulga grasped for the flint and struck it, lighting a small flicker in the pit that quickly grew. Tolu unconcerned about the dim home perched forward as far as his tiny frame could, just … Continue reading The Light Dance: a short story
THERE I am in the darkness looking for earthly comforts, pleasures and thrills with the hope that they could satisfy and dispel the dim, Life was dull or at worst too painful without this passing thrill.