ROALD DAHL “Though it’s for children, it entertains grownups too.” I do love tales. But reading tales, tales that had happen in our very own lives is why tales interest me. Matilda for sure was interesting. Matilda, born a brilliant doesn’t amaze her parents. She has been a disgrace for them all long. All the way, the kid has shown signs of possibly being the next … Continue reading MATILDA
EVERYTHING HAS IT’S BEAUTY, BUT NOT EVERYONE SEES IT. Continue reading SERENITY
Even the tear you shed… Will become a debt one day… The day is not to be in a million years… But it is meekly near. A drop isn’t valued now, And people don’t know how; Valuable the drop is, That drop which you can’t kiss. Not sacks of gold, Or anything in this world, Is worth the drop, Which you can never … Continue reading Death Drop
Health: Biologically it doesn’t mean that being disease resistant is healthy. It means having an intricate social behavior, well-maintained physic and livid mentality. If seen biological standards, I think there is seldom a healthy person in our modern society. With the fascinating fourteen years I have spent on planet earth, I could elucidate that if there happens to be a person healthy by the mentioned … Continue reading ARE WE HALE AND HEALTHY?
That’s another work by me. Painted by Santhoshi. Date: 27/12/2015 Continue reading Cape Cabin
Mary Higgins Clark “As usual the queen of suspense has proved her standards.” This book is vivid, enthralling and yes, it did send chills back down my spine. Stories are to be told, but this one can be than told, it can be lived. Clark has once again showcased her elegance in writing and she sets out to be an epitome for literature. The … Continue reading DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL