The Road by Cormac McCarthy (Book Review)

Borrowed time and borrowed world and borrowed eyes with which to sorrow it. Cormac McCarthy, The Road There are books that entertain. There are stories that thrill. There are novels that give us that warm, fuzzy feeling. However, there are very few books that give us a lesson in perspective while depicting the farce that […]

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Fostering: A Critical Appraisal

Notably, nowadays, parents are realizing the need for education to elevate the lives of their children. They want to educate to see them become more sensible, successful and happy. However, it is often noticed that ‘parents’ trust foster care (sending their children to their brother’s, sister’s and any relative’s place) for their child’s education due […]

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Expressive Arts

A few weeks back, I got a chance to be a part of the Expressive Arts class. I thought that it will be an art class with all the techniques and I will bring back a masterpiece to hang on my walls. However, it was immensely different. It wasn’t limited to paint boxes and brushes […]

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The Wrecks

She took’em all, big and small;Her bosom adorned with floating corpses. The men of the sea succumbed to her wills, Whilst the tempest raged and their vessel caved. The carrion was her’s to keep, A trophy for her winged children;10 moons later the wood washed ashore, A kingdom devoid of its beloved subjects. 100 moons later the wood turned to […]

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The Sketch

The darker hues brought her to life,Charred remains when indecision was rife.She was none he knew,Another pencil stroke on white canvas.Soon but soon the eyes would stare,Far beyond than he’d care.He thought of glimmer and glitter:Anything to bring her closer to the world of men.But then something formed in the corner of her eye, Her soul […]

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