Category Archives: Korean Quotient

“As much as we can embody”

I picked up Ernest Holmes’ The Science of Mind for a word or phrase a kite to fly against the grey that appear on the film of my consciousness when I think upon my fill in the blank life.    … Continue reading

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“May I be Frank?”/ “Hi, Frank.”

These days seem to blur when the Writer does not write home to the Mother.  It’s been a week since my last shared post and the Writing Child has gone almost mute from the slow leak of poetry and beauty from the tit.  … Continue reading

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Happy 41st Anniversary!

we are going into the desert to celebrate my parent’s 41st wedding anniversary! land is the theme for the 41st… no flowers, no gems the travails towards togetherness, friendship, companionship and the deep honorable child’s bow to her mother and … Continue reading

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Hangeul, Korean Calligraphic Art of Jung Do-jun

His poems are profound and curious… written in Korean script (not Chinese) “Like a Lotus Flower” (2006) Like a lion unfazed by a sudden noise, like wind uncaught in a net, like a lotus flower unsoiled by mud: march forward … Continue reading

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Papas in the rear view

“papas”, as in many fathers (english) “papas” are potatoes (spanish) “papitas” are french fries (spanish) the customers teach my parents, at The Hitching Post “apa” is dad (korean) “a’pa” is an “owwie/its hurting” (korean) its in the intonation, the placement … Continue reading

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Wesley Yang dances with “Paper Tigers”

If i am what i eat, the only organic aspect of me is Intuition. while surfing, i come across an archived article in New York Magazine Features section, May 16.2011 Paper Tiger, What Happens to all the Asian American over … Continue reading

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eating, the american dream

i had an early conversation online about the addiction quotient of mcdonalds oatmeal raisin cookies which sell on the dollar menu @ 3/99 cents plus tax. not that they need any help promoting their menu but my obsession for this … Continue reading

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