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A Fangirl Review of The Cursed Child

The last time I completed a book within a day, I was sixteen – then life found me and my reading time was considerably shorter. But the return of Harry Potter series in the form of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child required me to shut everything out and read. …

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Harry Potter and the Little Girl: J.K. Rowling Tribute

On the occasion of J.K. Rowling’s birthday, here is a poem about how Harry Potter series influenced my life and changed me from being a fearful, lonesome introvert who was too scared to share her thoughts and ideas to a confident person who was able to write her own story …

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A Poet’s Tribute to the dotty Luna Lovegood

Let me introduce to a girl, amusingly eccentric, In the world of wizardry, witchcraft and magic, Her ways unconventional, Her beliefs sensational, She is truly unique! Her pale eyebrows on fleek. She is the anti-Hermione. With her knack of embarrassing honesty, Her eyes explore the alternate version of magical reality. …

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Fantastic Creations: A J.K. Rowling Tribute

Describing the art of writing, E. L. Doctorow stated, “Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader – not the fact that it is raining, but the feeling of being rained upon.” One of the writers that come to my mind which made me experience the story in …

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Eliza’s Melancholy, A Woman’s Desolation

On the occasion of G. B. Shaw’s birthday, who was a remarkable playwright with sharp and often precisely analytic views about the society, here is a poem inspired by one of his characters Eliza Doolittle as a tribute to the phenomenal writer. What is my worth? Contemplating since birth Am …

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Fiction and Escapism

  When the screaming obscenities, I started to hear, I knew that the time was near, And soon I was held close to her bosom as a dear, “With you,” Whispered my owner, “Reality, I need not fear.” – For the love of books — Once upon a time, I …

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Why is Game of Thrones so Popular?

Violence, brutality, unreal, pervy, these are some words that have become almost synonyms to the show Game of thrones, especially among those who don’t follow the plot. Loosely based on the novel series A Song of Ice and Fire, the show is pretty much a rom-com if you compare to …

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Big Fish: Turning Life into a Fiction

On one of our last car trips, near the end of my father’s life as a man, we stopped by a river, and we took a walk to its banks, where we sat in the shade of an old oak tree. After a couple of minutes my father took off …

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When a Calamity Strikes

Earth trembled, the lava rose, The world around the bulge in the earth froze! The bulge now red, Predicting the future ahead.   Save your life run! Because everything and everyone in the path will burn It. couldn’t get worse! Now, the clouds have gathered, hiding the sun   Surrender! Because …

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A Night In Novosibirsk

I am a straightforward girl with a high level of confidence and guts. I have always been the first person to execute a prank. My friends call me crazy; they say nothing can frighten me. But, they don’t know I get scared by horror movies. I have stayed in a …

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Ludo: The Game of Life

Unfold, The board, Out of the box, Coins have been unlocked. Get ready to play, These coins will kill each other to stay, A team of 4 players in this game, The colorful houses each possess a name.0 The game is yet to begin, No color is primary or secondary …

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Fiction Rooted in Reality

Once upon a time, there was a boy. He might have been 9 or 10 years old. Living in a very small and desolate town, his life was typically that of a countryside boy: simple, unremarkable and devoid of any daily surprises. Everything was a mundane routine. So, it came …

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Another Carton in the Lot

Grab it- Roll it- Tuck it- Shut it The drill hummed in my mind like a dishwasher advertisement. The khaki guy slammed the metal door with a thud. I grab my edges to prevent them from bobbing up from the carton as the truck driver chooses the deepest of depressions …

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