It's been a while since I've written poetry, so I'm taking this chance to get back at it even though I am as lyrical as wax right now. With eggnog in my egghead, here are some lazy quatrains for the lazy holidays! Enjoy! A Quarter To Quatrain At a quarter to quatrain I sit in … Continue reading All Aboard The Quatrain!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omWm1g-VeLM (video by Douglas Harding) 10th September 2014. It was a quarter to noon. September had filtered in through the cracks of an unpredictable August; the latter had been torrential and scorching like a very bad game of meteorological roulette. In other words, typical Singaporean weather. September has so far been more pleasant. A gentle … Continue reading Dreamchasing with Robert Latos
The unfortunate thing about being in my line of work is that I get to meet some of the most brilliant minds in a variety of fields, but our interaction tends to be limited, and strictly professional: I interview them for whatever title I'm writing for, and our relationship teeters on that of interviewer and the … Continue reading The Invisible Bridge Between A Singaporean Writer And An Argentine Artist: Ernesto Morales in Singapore
I had the exquisite pleasure of visiting Sabiana Paoli's Art Gallery recently for the inauguration of Robert Latos' remarkable new collection, Perceptions. The Polish-born figurative painter is a graduate from Kraków's Academy of Fine Arts, and an ardent student of Italian Renaissance masters Titian (Tiziano Vecelli) and Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco). Robert was the … Continue reading Perceptions by Robert Latos: A Journey In Light