“The Pensieve” by Liu Yuwei


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The merry-go-rounds

The two merry-go-rounds, sitting apart by the straits, one facing a deserted beach and the other facing rose bushes, had got used to the life they had being sticking to for ages, without realising the existence of the other.

The cobblestones

The cobblestones were reappearing above the ebbing tide and happened to spot the sunset when they were taken by a hand, once and for all.

The red shop

The red shop has been around the corner since the old ages, witnessing the arithmetic story, in which a rabbit disappeared in an up-side-down hole from which he could possibly not run away.


YuWeiLiu Yuwei is a PhD student at the Department of English Language and Literature and a moderator of Agora. [Click here to read all entries by Yuwei.]

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