One of my very best friends from college known as the Youtuber, Eureka Yokoyama in Nashville created this wonderful video to read some pieces from my new book. What an … Continue reading My New Book Was Introduced by the Youtuber, Eureka Yokoyama in Nashville!!!
My very short book, “The Asymmetric Fragments” is finally available in the form of Kindle ebook and paperback on Amazon of your country. It is the collection of fictional pieces … Continue reading NEW BOOK ALERT!!! The Asymmetric Fragments by Kiara Belle
“You’re doing me good, America, and I think I can do you even better,” she whispered as she placed her cigarette on the ashtray before she burned her right hand. … Continue reading “You’re doing me good, America”
“What have I done?” She wakes up, feeling the huge pang of regret. This is certainly not about hangover. This is not about one-night stand, either. She wishes things were … Continue reading Last Night
It is the escape from your reality, It is the cure of your mind, It is the reward addressed to you Until the short hand of the clock makes a … Continue reading The Twelve-hour Sleep
It was a summer day in August where the concrete of the road reflected the heat of the dazzling sunlight. It was a busy day in Tokyo, where the mass … Continue reading The Modern Tokyo Version of the Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Andersen
When the yellow-whitish-haired angels were about to sleep on the warm blue carpet, the outside world was already surrounded by the cold darkness. It was the snow-colored February, their birthday, their a-day old. Sniffing the smell of the brand new world mixed with bitterness and sweetness, their curious brown noses searched for the milky scent of their mother. It was the perfect family structure of the beautiful golden retrievers: a mother, two sons and three daughters, perhaps their happiest moment together when the love was the only thing they knew of.
Sorry that we broke it. Sorry that we changed your destiny. When your half- opened light brown eyes shone like marbles, we thought you were the most outstanding beauty among your siblings. When your lively moving small legs kicked your sister, trying hard not to sleep, you were actually the healthiest, so tomboyish. That was how we fell in love with you. And you eventually became the princess of our family with your girlish looks and boyish attitudes though you had to be far away from your mother.
Your wild white teeth broke your wooden toys whenever you got a new one. You stupidly got hit against the big gray walls and the tall telegraph poles many times, making loud noises like bicycle accidents. And, you became as gigantic as a human child, making your hair grow gold. Even though you were such a big blunderer, you really had no flaws. And you know what? You were so loved by us and everybody else. You lived for six years like that, such a short and tiny life. Were you ever happy? What are you doing above the clouds now?
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