Addendum

The other day, I discovered that I can go on a virtual visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Louvre, or any other famous museum of the world. I can go to restaurants, classrooms on college campuses, balconies with a view of the sun setting under New York City, or almost any other place, [...]

Decay: A Short Story

Concrete sidewalks don’t wear out. Humans are quick to stifle the process of decay. That’s why potholes sometimes feel like a blatant violation of basic human rights, both in an existential and metaphorical way. Imagine driving a car- a token of human ingenuity and progress- and feeling your lunch splash around in your stomach as [...]

The Happy Book People (2.0)

Time seems to slow down When we’ve had too much of it Like an uninvited guest inside your head Useless comforts are the only pills we can take To rid ourselves of the reminder That the wonders of life Have been washed away with predictability Predictability is a poison It kills the surprise It grows [...]

Sunday in New York City

Yesterday, I was finally able to properly explore New York City again after over a month of not being able to. This time, I visited on a Sunday, and the experience was completely different. While I usually visit towards the end of the day during the workweek when the city is packed with all sorts [...]

A walk through Central Park

Tuesday, May 8th 2018 Central Park in the Spring The cherry blossom trees were blooming. The sidewalks were littered with their fragile, light pink petals. The occasional lazy breeze would play with a few of these, bringing the sweet, flowery aroma to me, reminding me why I love spring so much. The setting sun gave [...]