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Because there’s nothing more beautiful than the way the ocean refuses to
stop kissing the shoreline, no matter how many times it’s sent away.

Review “The Emigrants” by W.G. Sebald [Holocaust Class reading assignment]

Review Title: The different journeys of “Emigrants”

Rate: 4 stars

Read: September 2013

I read this beautiful novel as a reading assignment for an online Holocaust class I was taking through Coursera last year. 1,025 more words


Your Fading Drean

I woke up to your dream
Slowly fading
Memories erasing
Trying to catch them
As I forget you
Like mémoires
Slightly worn
Torn begrudgingly
As the wind suddenly blew
You away
Page by page…


Apple Of My Eye

Enthralled by the flickering fire,

a blazing red that I admire.

A cherished one I knew,

with your fiery picture, I drew.

That engrossed moment with rapt delight, 22 more words


An Explosion

I felt an explosion,

not a spark of emotions –

Yes, not just a spark.

You gave away what keeps you alive

with a mark. 36 more words


The Storm

A fair day for everyone to revel,

but my soul tries to repel.

Silence is all I had,

inside this space I’m emptily glad.

Continue to knock on my door, 67 more words