How much whites are too much whites?
The filtering sunlightWaking every cell of yoursAnd the gushing watersQuenching your thirstSo do not throw awayThis thing called life.
The mad twittering of magpiesWith their monochrome bosomsOh what a spectacle!To behold for many births So forget notAbout this miracle called life.
And you have finally reclaimed meLike the ocean that reclaims its landsWave by waveInch by inchSoul by soul.
The vibrancy sneeking in through the gap between the trees and illuminating the snow patches and the dry pine leaves on a winding trek.
First plant the garden in your mind. And then see it growing outside.
How much I miss the game of light and shadow!
Maybe at this time, we can seek the brightness within.Who knows the outer vibrancy might come to us soon!
We will bask in such views again,But first we have to wade throughThese murky waters of pandemicLearn from the previous wavesAnd take all safety precautions.
Last summer, I finally got to open the seductive looking bottle of La Rioja, a Spanish wine that I brought from Düsseldorf airport duty free. I had expected La Rioja to be a sweet tasting wine but it was weirdly not sweet although I wouldn’t call it bitter. I paired it with cheese, pasta and…