The Canonization is the first poem we're discussing. Donne is a romantic individual associated with love songs ('erotica' it reads somewhere) besides his characteristic conceit. Now why'd someone throw metaphors at you that seem the remotest of imagination? Maybe they don't feel about them that way. Or maybe they do. And in our present case, we are… Continue reading Verse: John Donne, The Canonization
"Where Nature doth with Merit Challenge." (I.i) That line pretty much sums up the looming theme of the play and the exposition. It sets up the exposition which takes the first act. It is valid for the account of Lear and Glouster's fates--background of which is set up in this act by this very line--which, though… Continue reading King Lear-I
Tamasha review (?) Discretion advised.
a short story of an idiot.
She stood in the doorway drinking from a bottle clear water that felt like liquor for reasons obscure even to her—failure, jealousy, regret? Confused and sad, looked outside in a sideways glace, beyond the metal door outside the glasspanes that made a wall for the opening into the verandah, the night was a deep inky… Continue reading A deep blue night
Gerard at the cafe, drinking off cups, overhears girls and over-thinks.
Fiction. Ken and Gilly meet after long, discuss movies, literature, and life.
Fiction. Jim's short conversation with an angel.
Fiction. Story of a rendezvous of Kabir and Maya.