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Bringing up the girls between two worlds.
I heard Nina Simone’s version of Suzanne before Leonard Cohen’s. I love both. They bring out different colours and textures in LC’s beautiful words. Nina hit a better intensity and crescendo here: “She shows you where to look between the garbage and the flowers, there are heroes in the seaweed there are children in the morning, they are leaning out for love and they will lean that way forever…”
The mirror between the line of tiles, the choice between the way forward and the way back.
I was taking close ups of the flowers, it was only back at the laptop that I saw something extra in the picture.
You’re at the airport, your flight is delayed for six more hours, and none of your electronic devices is working. How do you pass the time?
Some of us still travel with pen and paper.
The desire to mark territory, or to simply leave a trace of our existence is irrepressible.
Twisted logic, to place the mark on nature, or a microcosm of mankind and the planet?
The Blog of Aligarh Society of History and Archaeology [ASHA]
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An Online Literary Journal and Small Press
Woh kare baat toh har lafz se khushboo aaye, Aisi boli wohi bole jise Urdu aaye. -Poet Ahmed Wasi-
A glimpse into Thomas's world, where he talks about tea, music, and writing.
gothic literary magazine
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Let the magic take you away!
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Matt Caprioli, writer in New York
The challenges of maintaining a professional writing career while being a good mother for two special needs sons.
a journal of poetry, flash fiction, and art