Graduate of McKinley High School (2003) and recently earned a master's degree in English/Creative Writing at the University of Northern Colorado. Magician and writer by trade. His novella, Silence Above Chinatown, is an introspective glimpse at everyday Hawaii with an insider's look from an outsider's point of view. Currently, he is teaching at the University of Northern Colorado.
THIS IS A 100 WORDS CONTEST ENTRY
If It Falls, the World Will End (+Translation)
100 words contest - October
The stone goes back and forth. It drags against the sky, pulling clouds between the sun and moon. My hand to her hand, the polished pebble passes between purified palms. She tosses. I clench. The water shatters below us – me, then her, me, then her.
Da stone go bak and fort. Da ting going drag in da sky, go pulling clouds between da sun and moon. My hand to hers, da shiny rawk go pass between palm. She toss. I grab. The wada shaddas da kine – me, den her, me, den her.