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    Where are you heading?

    Where are you heading?


    ďStranger? Itís the Dawn.Ē
    Up at this hour.
    Staring closely at the rising sun;
    Your eyes- heavy with grief.

    Oh? Itís the dawn.
    Iím up at again at dawn.
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    Lolita has quite a lovely, lilting vocabulary...

    Lolita has quite a lovely, lilting vocabulary featured in it. Would you rather give that a try? Many of Nabokov's works are really well written, and most certainly feature an interesting range of...
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    Hi Dreamwoven, Thank you for the feedback, I...

    Hi Dreamwoven,

    Thank you for the feedback, I certainly did enjoy writing this review! But knowing someone liked it makes me all the more happier.

    It brought back a lot of memories (both good...
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    The Catcher in the Rye

    Hello friends,

    I've written a review for J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye on my personal blog. In the spirit of Holden Caulfield, I say put on your red hunting cap and please take a read of...
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    Hello YesNo, First of all, thank you for...

    Hello YesNo,

    First of all, thank you for follow on my blog. It actually means very much to me, as well as the invaluable feedback you gave. :-)

    The with the lake that reflects no stars was...
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    Whispers and Bird Songs

    Whispers and Bird Songs


    We were hidden
    Amongst the whispers and bird songs.
    Near a lake that reflected no stars
    You stared with eyes that reflected no soul.

    You asked me if it was hot. ...
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    What a short (but sweet) poem! Great stuff!

    What a short (but sweet) poem! Great stuff!
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