Describing Things As They Are Part 8: Learning To Love

Describing Anyone who has indulged in anything starring Sandra Bullock knows the theme of opposites attracting and enemies becoming lovers. This theme has been around since the beginning of time; We see it in Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew and Jane Austen’s Emma. Yet as much as many a film, novel or play would like us to believe it; […]

Ray of Sunlight

On the days you want to smile, but have to sighReflecting upon warm memories, through ripples of time,the old dreams On the days when you are not able to bury your hardest times,forgetting that they happened, and your soul is frozen in time…On the days when no true word can be said or heard, when […]

Ababaleki

We are all refugees from our childhoods. And so we turn, among other things, to stories. To write a story, to read a story, is to be a refugee from the state of refugees.Writers and readers seek a solution to the problem that time passes, -that those who have gone are gone and those who […]

Dear Wordy Writers. Like Me

It’s not because I’m pretentious, but because, like a Jackson Pollack painting, I love to just splatter the words in my mind onto the page and I struggle to kill the words that were once meaningful to me, that I once thought.

Book Review Of 1984

But I can tell you something I took away from this book. I learned that we can not let governments take control of our actions mentally, as they did in 1984