Friday, June 01, 2012

Scribbled: In Another Tongue

Enceladus is one of Saturn's inner moons, a world of ice and light, with geysers that spit out frozen material from its active belly. I've always been intrigued by moons like Enceladus and planets that could possibly hold other secrets to life in this universe. How can my fractured tongue even begin to describe it? Give me rain and earth instead; give me the familiar and the near. Anyway, I digress. Here's what I really want to say:

My poem Alimu-om appears in Ideomancer's latest issue. :)

That, and ittekimasu, as the rains begin.


Alex Lapa said...

I loved it! :D I'm not well-versed in Filipino writing, too, I always imagine we have words out there to describe foreign things in Filipino/Tagalog (or bastardized Spanish), I just don't know about it. :))

dementedchris said...

Thank you, Leki! I'm glad you like it :D