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Abbas Kiarostami’s Iranian films in Relation with his Children Protagonists.


Abbas Kiarostami, a film-maker whose stories were somehow in, but not of, the real world. His movies didn’t render up their meaning easily; they were replete with meditative calm, sadness, reflection, but also dissent, obliquely stylized confrontation and emotional negotiation as well as his own kind of playful humor.  3,810 more words


24 Frames ★★★★

At the base of a large hill, there is a clearing. Snow falls covering both hill and clearing in white. At the base of the hill are two rows of trees, forming a path. 650 more words

An Unforgettable Silence

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By Logan Gossett

There’s something unsettling about the common question, “where were you during 9/11?” … 838 more words

Writing Portfolio

We Fell In Love In A Metaphor

We Fell In Love In A Metaphor . We met in a poem as poets often do Cause our words opened poetic doors As we slowly fell in love in a metaphor This love has grown with every rhyme As verses carry t… 9 more words


A Warming Haiku #3

finally flowers the warm, green grass pads our feet moss tickles our toes ~ Words and Photography ©2018 Tanya Cliff ~ to contact me Entry posted in haiku & poetry. 8 more words


#NaPoWriMo Challenge: Dearest Stay Near

For NaPoWriMo Day 18 the Prompt is: To “find a poem in a book or magazine (ideally one you are not familiar with). Use a piece of paper to cover over everything but the last line. 28 more words


Day 15 #NaPoWriMo: She’s A Witch.

For Day 15 NaPoWriMo the Prompt is: “writing a poem in which a villain faces an unfortunate situation, and is revealed to be human (but still evil).” I’m combining with Sarah of M… 16 more words