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Deal 11: One day at Knossos

The tunnel was going to be the end of him, for it led in to the labyrinth, and no one was sure that there was another way in or out. 263 more words

Daily Tale

The brave things in the old tales and songs, Mr. Frodo: adventures, as I used to call them. I used to think that they were things the wonderful folk of the stories went out and looked for, because they wanted them, because they were exciting and life was a bit dull, a kind of a sport, as you might say.

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Ruminations

Sands of Time

Foot prints show where I have walked
And as I stand, the sea lapping at my feet
I watch the prints change
Each encroaching wave gently covers, and just as gently retreats… 435 more words

Tales

Symbiogenetic Love Tale

Hold me—
just hold me in here—
in my emptiness,
just hold me down,
cure my heart;
with your spells.

Hold me—
when am weak— 163 more words

Poetry

VENICE 2014 | BANI-ETEMAD speaks up about country's ills

It’d be hard for most Iranian filmmakers to make movies and go to festivals and shake hands with distributors without talking about the situation back home: Iranians suffer from the same ills as Western societies but people there don’t have the same tools at their disposal as their Western counterparts to fight disease, addiction and the various societal ills that they, and anyone else, might be faced with at some point in their existence. 192 more words

Festivals

The importance of being Ivano

I’m a bad person and I wrote a silly post.
Now that you are aware of that, you can keep on reading at your own risk! 1,085 more words

Polska

VENICE 2014 | IMAGES | Rakhshan Bani-Etemad's 'Tales'

We’ve just added stills from yesterday’s red-carpet arrivals as well as the film’s production details (included at the bottom). To be noted, Rakhshan Bani-Etemad is the only women filmmaker in competition this year. 134 more words

Festivals