One Day

One Day is a narrative poem that tells the story of the demon, Argon, who is saved from death by Stella, an angel of God. Together, they explore the mysteries of life and death amidst the chaos between their kingdoms. Should one persist in his duties or yield to a stronger passion? Is sin real? One Day is a spiritual journey of being alive. It is a prayer and a confession of faith, with a hope that tomorrow is full of miracles.


“What is a star?” Argon wonders 
“if not to explode and grant a wish
if not my head, falling
on her lap of dreams 
What is a star
if not to imitate the glow on Stella’s face 
or to repeat myself and my love as she sleeps 
For a star can mean a million things at once 
but what good is a star, even for dreamers
if it does not shine where she lies 
For every dream can fall as a new wish can rise 
but nothing escapes her eyes.”