XINGYU CHEN

When the Door Opens Again

On the day I was released, everyone gave me a hug. To some extent, we did our time together, including an elder lady who recently lost her lifetime spouse, a firefighter bothered by extreme stress, a teenage girl who were haunted by nightmare of drugs, and a former gang member escorted by the Police on the same afternoon that I was admitted in the same hospital. Continue reading “XINGYU CHEN”

A Modern Day Slave

A Modern Day Slave

by Edward Walter

A mature man cannot have too much remorse without seeing his life shortened in a manner that no longer enables him to observe his kind. A human being rests sociable, the sound of exchanges between others remains a necessity in spite of the pain that any implication engenders. Suffering, chains, and ‘protocols’ are experienced as a violent slap of the soul, bruising the spirit, an injury of the awakened conscience. Continue reading “A Modern Day Slave”

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