Let me begin with her faults, so we can get them out of the way. Goodie Pua was a free spirit. She was the younger of the two daughters. The … Continue reading Goodie Pua
The days seem to pass by and I am seeing them melt away. It was just yesterday that I lost Zoe. There was a blur of sadness and we got … Continue reading Of MCTs and Pneumonia
I have just been dealing with the third CT report of my chest, that indicates no improvement as such in my lungs. Because the CT score is still 12/25. Karan … Continue reading My Pneumonia and Zach’s MCT
A short story I wrote as part of an assignment for an online weekly creative writing class. This week.
The assignment was:
“You are writing this entry in May 2024. The world has been in lockdown for more than three years. Besides sporadic trips to the grocery, you have not seen the outside world.
Your exercise is to write a piece about your three years in lockdown. It can be any form or genre you like. Have fun.
You need to abide by the following rules for this exercise:
1. Every sentence should either go forward or go deeper.
2. Don’t use any word with more than two syllables. (No ‘quarantine.’)
3. Don’t use adverbs or adjectives.
4. Minimum 500 words. Maximum 89,200 words.”
I guess this is the fourth stage of grief. I cannot stop thinking about death. Especially because it surrounds me – encapsulating my entire life. There is death everywhere. Some … Continue reading The Fourth Stage