Musings / Singapore

light cannot / be bitter

– In the dark we crush, Julia Cohen Every flight to Singapore is accompanied by a potent paranoia that I will be mired there, whether in duty or inertia or any number of other deceptively trivial, grasping things – helpless to leave, in any case. This is less logistical than merely irrational, though after that Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down above … Continue reading

Musings / Singapore

It would probably be a wise idea to take a shower right now, seeing as I’m covered in heavy duty Nippon paint after my mural painting this afternoon (plus residue from yesterday’s session). In fact, I should probably have done that three hours ago when I got back, instead of having dinner and then taking … Continue reading