Les Papillons de Victor

Les Papillons de Victor

A simple story about being happy and giving unconditional love to every living being.

Listen,
this is not a tale.
This is the story of Victor,
a little boy who has the power 
to bring happiness.

The Sound of Dawn

The Sound of Dawn

Every life form begins with love. As the first strokes of the sun’s rays fill every inch of space with cosmic kindness, darkness slowly bids farewell. Sleeping creatures start to wake, absorbing energy and transferring warmth to one another, making the earth beneath happier. Like a conductor who is about to lead a grand symphony, a shiny black cockerel raises itself onto a fence, summoning others to join his sunrise orchestra. Hummingbirds set the opening tune, and daisies dance the cha-cha, while leaves riding on a morning breeze sing a soothing ballad.
Delightfully Yours

Delightfully Yours

The smell of ground cinnamon fills the air with a perfect mix of an exotic tropical forest and the tender touch of winter. From beneath a pile of  sweets and candies, a wooden puppet starts to move. Her body is made of planks, while her joints are coarsely pinned. You might think that this would limit her movement, but as she approaches the stove to see if the caramel is simmering, she stirs and her hips start to dance.
Ruba’iyat of Amma Supahilo

Ruba’iyat of Amma Supahilo

On a cold rainy night, I fell asleep and in my dreams met a girl who told me about her life. We became very close, and she taught me a special alphabet such that we could communicate with each other in code. Before we parted, she wrote me a short poem. The structure was similar to a ruba’iyat, a Persian quatrain consisting of four lines and rhyming with AABA. Each line was written in iambic pentameter, with double meaning, and dual perspectives.