The Child-Panhandler

Palms facing up Feet scurry before a white, dodgy foreigner. Asking for alms coins, or whatever forms of mercy. Every one's talent for disguises is shed right before the young one's eyes Every one One truth, however, peeks at the surface: this utilitarian mother sulking in the shade as she watches her kid tender to … Continue reading The Child-Panhandler

An Altered View

"... consensual reality -- that the world is at is because that's how we've all agreed it is..." page 14 of The Onion Girl And the moving view in front of this jeepney went back to life.  Before my eyes are the familiar buildings, the dust district, and a few more people populating the streets and … Continue reading An Altered View