Category: writer

The Border

A poem by Jasmine Clark A tightrope in the middle Happy on one side Sad on the other You teeter on the balance with ease I fall to either side Unable to climb back up Drowning in this emotion I choke on its power… Continue Reading “The Border”

Short Story: Will Work For Air

Will Work For Air ©2019 is a short story from the Author Jasmine Clark. If you wish to use this story, please obtain the appropriate permission. Breathe! Breathe! That’s what I thought that day when Marmite Man turned blue.  He got that name from… Continue Reading “Short Story: Will Work For Air”

A stranger upstairs pt. 3

The midday sun illuminates the lids of my eyes, beckoning me from my dream. As my vision, partially distorted from sleep, clears, I see my young lover. Her mouth is slightly open, perched lips and scrunched nose. I turn to lay for a few… Continue Reading “A stranger upstairs pt. 3”

A Stranger Upstairs pt. 2

The following is a fictional story. It may not be suitable for children under the age of 18. For part one: A Stranger Upstairs The sun is particularly bright on this summer day. The heat is in the air, but so is the coolness… Continue Reading “A Stranger Upstairs pt. 2”

More Works to Come!

Hello Groovy People! Now that the summer has officially arrived, I am working towards my first love, writing. Although the last few months have been difficult, to put it mildly, I feel that it was not all for nothing. Others may see my change… Continue Reading “More Works to Come!”

Journey’s End: Radio Interview

On April 19 I had an interview in Brooklyn New York. I spoke about my book Journey’s End. This is the first of many great things happening! Enjoy. The interviewer is Marilyn Silverman who is the Assistant Vice President, Marketing of the New American Chamber of… Continue Reading “Journey’s End: Radio Interview”

Purpose

Hello Groovy People The following is a really personal post. My deepest inner thoughts. I may delete it, but since I have such a small following, I may allow it to stay. When I originally left Japan I did so with becoming a writer… Continue Reading “Purpose”

Japan: A Loner’s Nook

Japan is a country with a dwindling population, with more elderly than live births. However, looking at videos of rush hour train service and the famous Shibuya crossing, you might think that Japan’s population is huge! This is simply not the case. Japan is… Continue Reading “Japan: A Loner’s Nook”

A Stranger Upstairs

The following is a short story. It will be broken into parts. Please stay tuned for more! The author is Jasmine Clark. The work is fiction, and shall not be published, or sampled without the author’s permission.

Fall Daze and Motivation

When the cold air chills, it is time to reflect. I think about what I’ve done, and what I want to accomplish. Here, 2 years ago, I was in Japan working and planning a life as a writer. Due to reality, I have to… Continue Reading “Fall Daze and Motivation”