Eating a humble pie, he sat back down on the sofa and turned the TV on, eating his words, coming to meet half-way with his venting emotions. This man had a habit of meeting trouble half-way, very like Hamlet, who could never put on his mettle until it was too late. Of a piece was… Continue reading A Composition
July 21st, 2017, Friday General A central work in the language and it seems, in Christian faith, Paradise Lost by Milton is his treatise on the world view he developed: the consideration of Ptolemy's ideas (book 8) and alternatives to them, setting Adam as the hero of his epic, and, if there are two… Continue reading Milton, Paradise Lost I
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
First thoughts on the movie. Contains expletives, discretion advised.
Poem. Hindi (Devanagari).