Creative Writing in a Second Language

Hello! Here are the recent changes:

Speaking and writing in English will always be a life-long learning experience, especially for non-native speakers like me. Some would agree that mastering a second language would eventually involve playing with words and intending puns.

Consider the following stream of consciousness from my drafts folder:

Multi-colored roofs in a neighborhood of dreams of varying contours and angles, and how they deflect light, would definitely have an impact on my body if I would approach one of them from above, as commanded by gravity.

I wrote this some two years ago. It beats around the bush, sure, because I was like that back then—a person full of uncertainties. Going through the motions felt like free-falling to my Being’s demise (not necessarily a physical death), but more boring.

I have another one, from the same draft:

One can’t pinpoint for sure the exact source of all the twisting, but if I had to think aloud, it might have come from the accumulation of dirt and crime, small though they may be.

I wasn’t exactly attempting to hide by a burning bush then, but these timestamped notes encrypted my emotions and, at the same time, purged me of my little demons.

That’s one minute, I’ll see you next time!

Back to Index :: Log :: Projects