Welcome to my blog! You may call me Clover Lark and writing is my passion. I use either English or Filipino in my works and I post some of them here every week. The title of my blog, Kahapon Pa Ako Gising, is the former title of a novel that I have written in 2015 that has not yet been published in print (which I renamed to avoid confusion with this site). I intentionally made the theme of this website dark because I care for the eyes of the readers reading in the dark (I feel you).
Joining me on this blog are my close friends, La Belinda and Gale, as well as other members of the team. They shall also share their stories and poems with you in this blog. We write [and post] most of our works past midnight or at sunrise.
Enjoy reading and we hope you appreciate our literary works! ╰(`・ω・´ )
Don’t forget to share our posts with your friends if you like it!
What does the date at the end of a post mean? And why do some posts have no dates indicated?
A date placed at the bottom of a post indicates when the post first appeared online or when it was first written on paper. A year is placed instead if the exact date is unknown. A post debuted on this site if no such date is placed.
What are these featured images for?
Whenever a post requires an illustration, we supply them with a featured image (the photo you see as a banner) to help the reader immerse in the environment of the poem/story. We get most of our featured images from our friends (Corinne, everydei, and jy.khryztle). We also make sure that the owners of all featured images get the credit they deserve. On the other hand, featured images without credit are either taken by the authors themselves or from the public domain.
If you wish to have one of your photos featured, let us know and we might even write something out of it! 🙂
Fun Fact: The current header for this website is by jy.khryztle. The website’s icon is by Corinne. This page’s banner was the original header for Kahapon Pa Ako Gising.
How can I read your older posts?
You can go to THE TIME MACHINE drop-down menu at the side of your screen (scroll down a bit more if you’re on mobile) and select a month to see the literary works posted on that particular month. There are more than 200 posts on this site so you’d never run out of something to read! 🙂
Why does your website have a dark theme?
Exposure to a computer screen for a long period of time (especially if you love reading online) can cause eye strain. Sometimes, a screen dimmer can be used to prevent or lessen the damage to your eyes. We care about your eyes, especially to those who love reading in the dark, so we dimmed the website for you! And, hence the website’s tagline “Mga Kuwento at Tulang Isinulat sa Dilim” (Stories and Poems Written in the Dark), it’s best to keep the setting dark since we have a lot of stories and poems that are also dark (La Belinda is great at this).
[All literary works, quotes, and dialogues that have appeared on this website and are published by Clover Lark, La Belinda, and the rest of the Kahapon Pa Ako Gising writers are all subject to copyright. Thank you for giving credit to this website every time you share some of the content of our works.]
This blog was created on June 6, 2015. It started as an online storage for Clover Lark’s literary works. It has now evolved into an online collection of literary works written by Clover and his friends about love, horror, and sex.
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