Saturday, November 28, 2015

Dearest Love

Dearest Love,
Sorry for being a spoiled brat bitch who only thinks of her own sake
Believe it or not, I care for you
I care for you so much I can’t think of a way to make you feel it

Dearest Love,
Sorry for being irrational and immature almost all the time
I keep pushing you away but please understand that I never want you to go

Dearest Love,
Please have a little more patience
Forgive my stubbornness
Don’t let go of my hands

Dearest Love,
Wrap me around your fingers, clip my wings
I don’t mind losing my freedom
All I want is to feel your warmth
Keeping my body from the severe coldness outside

Dearest Love,
I love you
I love you so much but words couldn’t come out of my mouth
I tried very hard to tell you but I am afraid of what might happen next

Dearest Love,
Perhaps our chapter needs to end here

Dearest Love,
Until we meet again.

                                                                                               - Katy O.

Friday, October 30, 2015

Hide and Seek

“Come on, darling! Do you wanna play hide and seek?” The woman with big brown eyes asked her daughter, and the little girl answered yes enthusiastically and with a slight lisp.

“Am I gonna hide or you’ll hide?” The woman asked again.

“You hide!” Shouted the little girl.

So the little girl faces the wall, and counted till 10.


The little girl could hear footsteps ticking through the wooden floor.


The footsteps are now barely audible.


There was a click on the door.

“10! Mommy! Am gonna find you!” The little girl’s voice echoed into the empty living room. The little girl ran to the dining room. She crawled under the table hoping to find her mommy hiding there but to her disappointment, she only saw pieces of clutter underneath. As she was heading to the pantry, she heard a car’s engine ignites.  

The little girl went to the window near the entrance door, and there she saw the car, in which her mommy is driving, pulls away from the driveway. The little girl stood by the window, unable to move. She watched the car until it was out of her sight.

That was the last time the little girl saw the woman with big brown eyes.

                                                                                                                    -Katy O.