The Bright Star that goes Dim The bright star that goes dim- the night light shining then repining, the bright star that goes dim. The night cloud staring redundantly- the moonlight peeping with joy at you, with birds flying across the skies of the east like they are meant to shade you from the heat but … Continue reading Guayaquil:
Once upon a time in a place you've never been, a boy you've never met had a life you can never live. He went to farm everyday making food you'll never eat, this happened everyday until one evening unluckily. War broke on the land- he didn't know what it means, your father and his … Continue reading A Boy You’ve Never Met
The concept of time in Latin America Let’s go on another of our journeys into the land of all imaginations. You are part of a precious endangered tribe in the Amazon rainforest. The jungle is to you as the egg to a chicken. It is your placenta- your lifeline, your bond to mother nature- the … Continue reading Ahorita: Now, Later or Never!
(Spanish, pronounced as yo may kito) She is not your typical girl- though tall, she's not straight as a palm, not having a model figure and definitely not having the figure eight every mundane man seems to crave for. Instead, she's the most curvy thing you'll ever see- spreading herself through the great lumps of the … Continue reading Yo me Quitó
Powering Growth in the World’s Youngest Continent Stand-up straight, lace your boots, hold my hand as I take you on a trip into the future of our world. It is 2026- the world hasn’t been destroyed as we feared- at least, not yet! Thoughts of robots destroying humanity sounds ridiculous- Artificial Intelligence is the old … Continue reading Africa 2026: Flipping the Switch