To recall the exact moment when I fell utterly and irrevocably in love with poetry is quite similar to trying to find a trunk full of treasure with a Cartoon Network inspired treasure map. Not only is it unlikely that one can pin point to that life-changing moment, it also is an utter waste … More Why I love poetry + 3 poems I will never stop reading
He was embers in a black inky night. He was the moon drowned in a musing ecstasy of contemplation- overhung and overspread with frippery ivy. Who would tell the moon stories of its own un-purchaseable luxury? There was nothing that I wanted to say. What could be better than to keep drowning in the pearly … More The sin of indifference
A boy meets a girl in St. Petersburg. Their hearts churn, butterflies a-flutter. They swing their feet and dip their toes in love that shall never grow. The boy must leave and catch a bus. In his pocket a pebble from the evening and euros hundred. He fumbles for his keys but over the … More St. Petersburg
The damp smell of the humidity seeping through walls was what filled my nostrils as soon as I opened the door. Three steps down into the hall, I threw the keys on the table that also held an old curved-screen TV….. … More Breathe, God damn it, breathe.
Earlier this year, Penguin Random House announced that they will be releasing a never-before-published Mark Twain’s children’s story “The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine”. Well, the book is ready for release on September 26th and is now open for pre-orders. Let’s take a quick sneak peek into the book and what makes it so captivating. Once … More Your 2017 reading list can not complete without this Mark Twain book!