The diary of a young girl By Anne Frank

This is not a review, just merely my thoughts There are a lot of people out there that do not understand how this diary has become such a phenomenon. We have many thousand of accounts about World War Two and lots of those have been made into novels or films. But this is where I […]

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Art.

Your art is your mark. A mantra on a canvas. A canvas; be it paper, be it a book, be it a wall, or be it in music. Let your mark be YOUR mantra. –TalesfromNj

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Rainbow, 1

The sky changes from the darkest of grey to an opaque blue. I know you’ll be there. The beautiful colours defy the grey and shine on through; The red, orange green and blue. The yellow, indigo and violet too. You. You are there, just shining through. Nature, the ever beautiful, ever evolving constant. –TalesfromNj

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The Mask.

That mask you wear; the joy it brings, those inhibitions it makes you lose, to be free from the eyes that see, that see you. Enjoy the mask, for it does not last long. back in the world, the eyes see you, no mask, not free, just you. –TalesfromNj

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Starry Night and The Dance of Life (The Broken Kaleidoscope, #1)

Short stories; these were beautifully written and portrayed how we as humans are just human, whether ecstatically happy or severely depressed.  The first of the two stories, ‘Starry Night’ was exceptional in the way Ramesh portrays the wife and how she is feeling. She is troubled and still trying to succeed at life by taking […]

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The Classic: Virginia Woolf’s, Mrs Dalloway

One day in June 1923.  A hostess, Clarissa Dalloway, prepares for a party.   ‘Turning her head from side to side among the irises and roses and nodding tufts of lilac with her eyes half closed, snuffing in, after the street uproar, the delicious scent, the exquisite coolness. And then, opening her eyes, how fresh, […]

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