Tagged Literature

Poem: To Those Who Dare Approach Her

“Please take care of my rose With little to no love She grew from ashes and rotten soil Ready to surmount the world   Please take care of my rose Such a selfless force Always there for you through the worst Her grace is not deserved by most   Please take care of my rose Her unyielding backbone Ought not to be incessantly strong ‘Cause of others’ wicked wrongs   Please take care of my rose Appreciate her lyrical chords Writing that is both candid and soft Unveils the deepest lows from which she arose   Please take care of…

Poem: In Memoriam

“There is so much I want to say So much I want to tell Yet, my cords just fail And in tears, they fade away Should have seen it coming There were actually warnings Downplayed till the mourning Already foresee the numbness of homecoming As, home isn’t the place, sought in vain Till going insane, finding no terrain Home is an abstract state, humane All about people’s love, or its remains Now the later are in my mind You adding sweetness to our rough lives One of few who didn’t leave us behind Full of proof is my archive So…

Extract from a Letter to an Old Friend

“[…] Oh Happiness, I miss you. I haven’t seen you since 2012. Every day it feels like if I am sleepwalking into Death, I want her to be my new best friend. My current friend is Apathy, which might be even more dangerous than Death. She makes me act like a ghost lost in the…

My Gold Writers: The Brontë Sisters

I’m going to talk about three of my favourite writers. Known as “the eldest Brontë sisters that survived to adulthood” Charlotte, Emily and Anne were three important writers of the XIX century in the English Literature. This article dives into their lives and their works, alone or together. Also includes a discussion about which of them was the best writer, and a reflection of the book of poems they did in common. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY Charlotte was the eldest of the three sisters, born in 1816. Then was Emily, born in 1818 and finally Anne, born in 1820. They were from…