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into my arms,
pretty kisses,
wistful charms.

the unspoken words that were left unsaid, left me as bewildered as a directionless arrowhead. who am I to you, and who, truly, are you? 164 more words


My 9mobile Interview : Life In The Bush Of Books

Hello Guys,

My weekend has been busy and that is because I have been preparing interview questions for some of my favourite poets. The interviews would be posted on the new website; … 109 more words


Make Me Stop Writing

Falling asleep, I think of the rose,

Your pose and my want to get close,
The hemlock and all its lachrymose,
I swear it’s only per week dose, 313 more words


The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway

Genre: Classics
Page #: 256
Publisher: Scribner
Published in: 2006

Official Synopsis

The quintessential novel of the Lost Generation, The Sun Also Rises is one of Ernest Hemingway’s masterpieces and a classic example of his spare but powerful writing style. 199 more words


Live for what you want

Sitting at a baseball game for middle school boys today, I was aware of many realities around me. There were the inevitable obnoxious parents or grandparents who questioned every strike, yelled “Good eye!” with every pitch and scowled at the opposing team whenever they scored. 291 more words

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Books Acquired Recently

Kraus, Chris. After Kathy Acker: A Literary Biography. South Pasadena, CA: Semiotext(e), 2017.

Acker is one of my favorite postmodern novelists and I was thus very excited to hear about this new authorized biography of her. 195 more words


Barrio Gabas: The Way of Life

The original span of our village—Barrio Gabas—was huge. But the number of familes was low and the distance between houses was far.

It includes Sitio Tinago, Sitio Patag and Utod (Guadalupe)—bordered by Brgy. 743 more words