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The sun blankets the sand with its warmth, the wind kisses the air with chilly gusts. 1,084 more words


Trial And Error

I have forged my limbs to affect a grander swig
Tried to dance, walk..to dance in that flashy wig
Talk and prance..a lip dance
To ill-fitting tunes… 183 more words


My Reading List, July 28-August 11.

Now that my schooling has been completed and I no longer have to wade through assigned text, it’s time to buckle down and get into my own reading schedule.  104 more words

Currently Reading.

Excerpt From My First Novel (first draft)

This is from the first draft of my novel and hasn’t been edited yet, just wanna see what people think. This is based on my life with a bit of fiction thrown in for entertainment. 1,819 more words


Let It Go by Jasmine Asrani

Let It Go

By Jasmine Asrani


I am a well-established engineer who works for a company in Mumbai. I get a decent salary and I am able to live my life in an independent way. 436 more words


How does the linguistic variety of Shakespeare’s texts challenge boundaries of social and national identity?

William Shakespeare is often credited as being the most innovative writer in the whole of the canon; we are constantly being reminded for example, of the vocabulary he introduced into the English language, through his plethora of plays, sonnets and poems. 3,241 more words


He Says That He Will Never Die

What’s it to haunt? There are the two main interlinked definitions, obviously, one the verb and the other a noun: (a) to linger in a place, like a spirit, and (b) a regular stop where one lingers for a while, becoming a part-aesthetic-part-functional fixture not unlike a particularly compelling lamp or the Cheers sign. 1,209 more words