Grace

by Kenny Mah

All my friends know I have a tendency to rush through my meals especially on busy days. Come to think of it, many of us do. Fill our bellies so they don’t growl at us and then we can get on with the important tasks of the day, right? It seems that way most days.

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Fix You

by Kenny Mah

You are sitting in that small room, almost a vigil for the living and the frail. This woman sleeping in the bed, she is not well. She does not seem to want to recover; you fear she is giving up. Every day passes more slowly than the next, the shafts of sunlight that passes through

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Spellbound by sakura

by Kenny Mah

Imagine soft, feather-thin petals falling from the branches above you. This silent shower of snow-and-strawberry-coloured flowers is not unlike dream magic, except it’s really happening, if only for the briefest of moments. Ah yes, sakura season is upon us again. From the end of March to early May every year, more than a million cherry

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