Lit mag poetry: 2/11/04 November 4, 2015October 6, 2015Mei-Mei Published in Perception, 03-04 Issue Two The title is presumably the date I wrote this. I can’t think of a specific even that inspired it, but it’s another one of my “modernist” pieces, like “In My Room (Lueve).” Share this:TwitterFacebookMoreEmailRedditTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
I like it. I feel like we’ve all felt that feeling you describe before.
1 question –
Do you ever look back on your poems and think, “Oh I would change that,” or “That doesn’t fit well there,” or, “What was I thinking?!”
I started Secret Garden and like the first episode more than I thought I would. When it’s not over-the-top, it’s actually pretty good. It took a while for my Americanness to get around the weird, k-pop music that was frequently in it when I didn’t think it had to be, but overall, I enjoyed it. I’m most interested to see how all the characters tie together because I thought there was a lot for a first episode.
1 answer: Definitely, in fact in one of the poems you’ll see later this month, I wish I had swapped 2 whole stanzas because it changes the meaning to something I like better.
And I’m glad you’re liking Secret Garden! I do think it starts a bit slow. Haha who knows, maybe you’ll start liking k-pop! Though I’m pretty sure I would not be a fan of Oska if he was an actual singer, not my style. But his character is hilarious!
I watched 3 more episodes last night. I like it when most of the time they are trading witty banter. It’s really fabulous and I find myself laughing so hard. It’s just the slow motion and romantic music that gets me so annoyed. I do love Oska, he’s quite funny but I actually like the main guy character the best right now, Kim Joo Won. He is so ridiculous and out of touch that I can’t stop laughing.
In a way, it reminds me of a romance novel. Like, I don’t think this would happen in real life, but it’s nice to pretend. I haven’t gotten to any part where they swap souls, so I’m interested to see what happens when that plays out because this whole “I-don’t-like-you-but-I-do” is kind of dragging on.
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