"There's a Bright Silver Light at Kings Corner" they were singing in my dream Saturday morning May 8th, 2021, … A beautiful Holiday Parade going past my window in my bedroom, as I look down at it below, everyone is dressed in beautiful clothes, looks to be in a different era, kind of like Victorian
"The Ode of a Natural Life" is a contemporary poem by John Hansen published in April 2021. It was inspired by and alluded to Henry Lawson's classical poem known as "The Song of A Prison." Rich in stylistic devices that make it a worthy read for poetry lovers and students.
For those that have paid attention from Genesis 1 to now being at Exodus 38; congratulations. It is now time to flashback. The flashback makes wanting to read further more desirable and what has been read more interesting. Reading the Bible for a while begins to make me more meticulous as a reader.
An excellent book for giving a wide-ranging view of French tanks in the First World War, excellently showing their changes over time, technical features, training, military role, and providing an unparalleled holistic history.
Writing and freelancing made my quarantine a little less painful than it was from the start. In some way, I am thankful for having a break from my studies and the outside world. It made me recognize my potential as an author.
Rabindranath Tagore is undoubtedly the greatest literary giant and artiste that India has ever produced. He is also called the ‘Bard of Bengal’ as he brought new life to Bengali Literature, music and art which was constricted by its rigid classical forms and strict linguistic strictures.
There are many websites for articles all over the world. But according to me, HubPages is the best among them. It is very easy and friendly to use.
"Word Prompts Help Creativity / Week 13 is an article I write each week where I encourage everyone to be creative and write something on a single word prompt. Write whatever you want. A short story, poem, a combination of both, a song. You are in control. The only requirement is to have fun.
Intimate relationship with someone does not necessarily mean that we love him or love her. There is enough difference between lust and love. This story tries to find out and demarcate and differentiate between these subtle emotions in our lives.
In which the three characters, Mévil, Torral, and Fierce, first meet, and have a dinner conversation about the vice and decadence of Saigon.
A YA novel that sells itself as scifi Cinderella. Its not quite something that sounds too appealing to most. But this story is way more than that, selling itself short of what it really is. Its some of the most inventive scifi in a long time. Read this review and find out why its worth your time.
Between 1938, when Asimov published his first short story, and 1992, when he passed away, he wrote or edited more than 500 books and hundreds of short stories, thus earning the sobriquet of "prolific" writer. This article talks about some valuable writing tips we can earn from Isaac Asimov.
Les Civilisés by Claud Farrère is an unjustly forgotten novel, which never received an English translation. This is chapter 2 of my own attempt at making one, a century after its original writing.
The 1969 Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica opens to us the entire universe of knowledge without which it is difficult and, and many ways impossible to form opinions, make decisions, and gain a vital role in the world. Britannica is often called the product and the possession of the world.
Libraries have not lost the glory in an era of digitization and technological revolution. Read this article on what are the important factors prevailing in today's world that lead one to visit a Library and thus gain immense knowledge, seek information, and be satisfied.
I wrote this in January 2015---A love story from eons ago between a handsome warrior and a beautiful Indian girl. When the wilderness spoke of love to this warrior--it set his heart ablaze with such passion he could not stop until Morning Glory was his wife.
Europe is unique as a continent representing an idea, that of the distinctiveness and uniqueness of European civilization, which is the subject of the wide ranging and generally intriguing book The Idea of Europe: From Antiquity to the European Union
Les Civilisés by Claud Farrère is an unjustly forgotten novel, which never received an English translation. This is my attempt at producing one, more than a century after the book was written.
Art is an important part of life and children are never too young to begin learning about famous artists. Monet is a great choice to introduce children to art and painting. This stunning picture book and story will be a lovely addition to your child's bookshelf.
In the last article, we see how Rupa struggles to give a "name" to her feelings and how she is continuously trying to decide on the type of facial expression she is going to put before laying down the teacups. Let us move forward and know what happens next.
88Word Prompts Help Creativity is an article I write each week. I toss out a single word for us to use as a starting place to focus our creativity. We can write a short story, a poem, a song, or anything your muse comes up with for this word. The important part is to have fun while writing.
As imperfect humans, and even more imperfect writers, no wonder that we've all met at this imperfect Hub Pages Network. But we love it -- and all these years that have passed are attesting to it -- along with friendships, even if virtual, that we have created here.