Author: Jane Ng

ESSAY | No Pain, No Gain In Physiotherapy by Jane Ng

Physiotherapy is a treatment injury, disease or deformity by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment and exercise. I suffered pain during the process of physiotherapy, and I was disappointed when I did not see any improvements after attending the sessions. I was born premature and have a condition called “Cerebral Palsy”. Cerebral palsy is a condition marked by limited muscle coordination and or other disabilities, typically caused by damage to the brain at birth. As a result of the brain damage during brain development, my body muscle control and coordination greatly limited. For this reason, physiotherapy has become...

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POETRY | You Bake Me Crazy by Jane Ng

Image by Brooke Lark She put me in the oven to bake. I am feeling hot, and I start to bubble.  Looking at my friends, I know I am in trouble. She opens the door, and I begin my new life. Frosting me with a silver knife, Decorating me with candy jewels. The rest of my batch looking like fools. Lifting me, she takes off my wrapper. Feeling the breeze, I want to slap her. Open her mouth bite me with her shiny teeth.  Ouch! and I die. Enjoyed this poem? Here’s more.  POETRY | Cherish Passenger by Jane...

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POETRY | Cherish Passenger by Jane Ng

Photo by Capturing the human heart. on Unsplash Circumstances have put half a continent between us, my friends, and yet the love we shared remains by my side. It rides with me, a cherished passenger on this voyage through dark nights and dreary days, rising like a sun that warms against life’s chills, a brilliant sun that is mine alone. I remember those many years ago, how you took me in, a stray at your door, far from home. And all the late nights of storytelling and drinking too much wine, and how the laughter roared out of us and bound us...

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