Kafka on the Shore: 5 Reasons Why It Took Me More than 5 Months to Finish It

Reading a book should always be easy especially if it's excellently written. But there's always an exception to that rule. There are books so beautifully written that oftentimes you come across some lines that will just make you want to stop reading, stare at the wall, and question everything. Haruki Murakami's Kafka on the Shore... Continue Reading →


0001: I Got This Feeling

A weird feeling crawling on my skin Frozen hands keep on pulling Paralyzing, I'm slowly drowning O, strange feelings happening within Odd sparks of cold and heat embracing Just for single breath I'm chasing Ordinary is never a word for loving Time must go along with me and you, everything Pain can never be removed,... Continue Reading →

The Breath of the Clock

Inside of you whispers  the breath of the clock  cold and distant. Time for me  to feel so much decide look feel  separated. -- Blackout Poetry on Haruki Murakami's Kafka on the Shore (page 11).

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