Scrap #11

11.

Grandma asked grandpa, “I don’t like almond. Why do you like it so much? I mean, describe to me, what’s good about almond?”

Grandpa said to grandma, “Well, almond is like sex.”

She gasped. “What’s the connection between almond and sex?!” asked my grandma. Read more?

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WHAT I TALK ABOUT WHEN I TALK ABOUT HARUKI MURAKAMI

“When we talk about a story, the author and the reader have equal rights to access that text. You don’t have to admire me as an author. We are equal. It’s a very democratic world, the world of narrative.”

— Haruki Murakami

Well, because it is a very democratic world, the world of narrative, let me tell you of what I talk about when I talk about Haruki Murakami. Read more?

Scrap #8

8.

There was a Father who lived by a tree on a hill and had a cane made of oak that he kept staring on when it was dawn, and held it when the sun comes. One day, a bird flew down from the sky of the dawn, perched on the tip of his cane. Father looked at it deeply, emotionless. Suddenly, he said to himself “Is it time?” Read more?