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On a busy street, named Orleans, I play the jazz, from my toes. Music is not going to erase it away… On a rainy day, named Katrina, I play hide and seek, from the raindrops. The weather is not going to dry them away… On a windowsill, named Washington, I play freedom, from my caged… Continue reading On a…

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Leonardo Dicaprio – The No-Longer Cursed Child of The Academy

And the 86th Academy Awards, came to an end, and with it, an end of another chapter was also written. The Academy finally acknowledged that, Leonardo Dicaprio was worthy of picking up Thor’s Hammer; better known as the coveted prize of Hollywood, an Oscar. Leonardo Dicaprio, having been nominated 5 times prior, went to receive… Continue reading Leonardo Dicaprio – The No-Longer Cursed Child of The Academy

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Rediscovering ‘A Discovery of Witches’ by Deborah Harkness

Perhaps, the most underrated genres in ‘literary circles’, and the most bankable ones, these days are, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and Young Adult (YA). In recent years, the Dystopian genre as gained momentum, however, this post, will deal with the intricate nature of these so-called ‘non-serious literary genres’. As much as I love the classics, there is… Continue reading Rediscovering ‘A Discovery of Witches’ by Deborah Harkness