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Rahasia Si Tauge

Tentang si Tauge yang Banyak Manfaat

Hai, Ponik kembali! Sudah lama sekali rasanya Ponik tidak menulis dan berbagi cerita dengan teman-teman. Hehehe! Berhubung tahun sudah berganti, doakan Ponik, ya, supaya bisa konsisten untuk menulis dan berbagi cerita tentang apa saja yang terjadi di rumah Ponik. 2,323 more words


On Butterflies And Binge Watching

Sometimes I just don’t know what to write about. At those times I try to find just a little bit of humor in even the most shittiest of situations, just to find some semblance of sanity in my life. 540 more words


a Kierkegaardian essay: paragraph 1

I am in Las Vegas, Nevada, at my sister’s house. No other person is here at the moment, but Princess keeps me company. Princess is a rottweiler chihuahua, and she has not warmed up to me yet, though she is very loving. 707 more words


In Myth and Marriage

The empowered female seemed to be an elusive specimen in Greek society. Arguably, this sad fact makes the role of strong women in mythology all the more endearing. 679 more words


On Writing: Vividness, Vocabulary, and more on Said

Vivid descriptions are key to drawing readers deeper into your writing, whether prose or poetry. Your challenge as a writer is to create images and scenes with words, to reproduce intense emotions and experiences with descriptions so your readers can experience what you have. 429 more words


Star Trek's Anti-Theist Utopia: A Close Reading of "Who Mourns for Adonais?"

This essay was used as an exemplar for the undergraduate course ENGLISH/CSCT 3D03: Science Fiction at McMaster University.

Every episode of Star Trek begins with William Shatner’s sonorous baritone soaring triumphantly, intoning with all the bravado one expects of a starship captain: “Space: the final frontier. 4,107 more words



Always use the word ‘Africa’ or ‘Darkness’ or ‘Safari’ in your title. Subtitles may include the words ‘Zanzibar’, ‘Masai’, ‘Zulu’, ‘Zambezi’, ‘Congo’, ‘Nile’, ‘Big’, ‘Sky’, ‘Shadow’, ‘Drum’, ‘Sun’ or ‘Bygone’. 1,353 more words