Greetings, dear bloggers! <I’ve really missed you a lot, people!> I finally caught hold of a copy of “The Eighth Book”; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! So, like the mixed views that I’ve heard about this particular book, I too shall cast mine. Here it goes. Wait. Just a recap. A quick link? A poem… Continue reading The Cursed Child!?
Spoken Word Poetry, I’m a complete fan. Have heard about it a lot and tried my hand, though I’m still not ready with it. But yes, I’m thoroughly impressed by this one, and I really appreciate the efforts, coz I know what it takes. Also, I personally recommend all my lovely bloggers to visit our… Continue reading Thank You
Greetings, dear readers! It’s a beautiful night, and it’s been a terrible day at college. You can guess from that, what a late night rambling can be. It’s not a letter of complaint, mind, just another, thought?!? HAPPY READING! WHERE MIND WINS, NOT HEART There was a room once, Which came to life of sudden, … Continue reading Where Mind Wins
Here I sit Reading my favorite poetry Which no passerby will ever understand Unless it is the one about whom I read The only so well known, STRANGER Never knew, I could do so well Without that soul around But now to think of it, My favorite words, pronounced It’s surprising, how beautiful it looks… Continue reading My Verse That’s Not Mine
Hello, dear readers! As this wonderful year ends( I know it’s a little too many of new year blogs out there), and I get a tiny bit philosophical with throwback over this past year, I realise it’s been a year of lessons for me. Life does teach us a lot every day, with every act… Continue reading The Yearly Lessons
It’s December!!! A lovely day to all my dear readers! How fast the time flies past is difficult to say. It seems it’s been just a few days back that January’15 had begun. An eventful year, like it was, 2015 has been a special year- the beginning of my grad school!!! Yeah, it may sound… Continue reading Merrily, Merrily, Merrily, Merry,The Life is such a Dream!
Ever wondered how a list of things can carry you away to your past? Lists; we all make, of what we have to do in near future, of what we have done, and maybe other lists like those of shopping. With our today’s prompt at Writing 101 of weaving up a fiction over a list,… Continue reading The List