When the days grew longer and the nights grew darker, She sat beside the unlit candle, to think and to question her gradual dismantle. What meant world to her, was lost somewhere. Somewhere in the dark among the lights, in the lights that shone so bright. If it were anything else, she would have coped… Read More Over a Blank Page
When I look around, the people, the fields that attract me the most are the ones related to Art; be it painting, or acting, or singing, or dancing, if it has a creative tint about it, this moth lingers to that flame without even knowing itself. You can learn to code [(computer coding) no offence… Read More A for Art, A for Artistry, A for Acceptance
Sometimes, a comfortable, mature seeming companionship isn’t mature at all, But a relation dying a secluded, slow death. Not everything that shines is gold. Similarly, not everything that seems comfortable is, sometimes, comfortable at all. What do you think about it, folks? IF YOU ARE A FIRST-TIME VISITOR OF MY BLOG, DO REFER ‘First-Timers’. IT WOULD HELP… Read More An inside-out Hurricane
He looked at the sky The beaming stars The shining moon Yet, he knew the night missed something Diyas lit around Lights glowing and lightening up the surroundings Sweets loaded in big boxes hallmarked the ongoing festivity But he knew none of it was his He called her up Nobody picked up that call ‘Must… Read More Gaieties and Festivities
Before I talk about the book, I hope you all know Sylvia Plath. She is rather known for her poetry, which was and is loved worldwide for its depth and brilliance. This- The Bell Jar– in fact, is her only published novel. I loved the novel and gave it a rating of on Goodreads; yet,… Read More The Bell Jar- Don’t you read it!
The world did not say to her as it said to them, write if you choose; it makes no difference to me. The world said with a guffaw, Write? What’s the good of your writing? This book and writer that I’m going to talk about need no introduction. Virginia Woolf has been a much talked… Read More A Room of One’s Own- Women’s Right to Write!
What to say about this story? All I can say is it is the first of my works which had me in tears whilst its creation. ‘Things were going to be fine. Didn’t you say that?’ he said with the same old innocence and recent lucid grief in his eyes. ‘Isn’t it fine, Ron? Look… Read More Arrivederci!
It was like adults thought that real life only started when a person was five feet tall. -IT (Stephen King) Just before I start with my review, just a small but an important piece of advice/tip – Try not to have your meals or snacks while reading the book. Doing so may lead to making… Read More IT by Stephen King- It’s in his name!
Gone are the days when she believed that people don’t change, When she herself isn’t what she was a year back How can she expect people around to stay the same? Now, she says lesser about herself her stories do it for her, Now, her eyes witness more of the world by sitting in her… Read More Gone are the days!
I am a cage, in search of a bird. – Franz Kafka Of late, I read one of the most influential, talked about writers of twentieth century – Franz Kafka! Now, the most important (this importance is solely for my personal reasons) and interesting fact about Kafka that I became aware of the moment I… Read More Franz Kafka- For whom only weird was normal!