She came riding on a brown horse, caressing its mane of black hair with her iron-clad hands. The chivalry of polished metal platings covering her knuckles, sat tarnished amidst the spluttering of blood, clutching its ends with piercing, ill-natured outcries of the carnage they had endured. She tightened her grip on the reins of the […]Read more "Strange Meeting (Fairy-Tail Fanfiction)"
“When you have nothing to go back to, you just stand there staggering, in a very perilous state I must add. Your discernment deprived of stability and troubling, oh! Very troubling for the ones you loved ” he spoke rapidly, followed by a convulsive catching of breath before he resumed. “But do not worry my […]Read more "The Human Menagerie"
The last I’d seen of Amy, she had this crumbled piece of aluminum foil fastened with gummed paper bands, which seemed to have been crookedly placed on the coarse surfaced foil in an act of desperation. She’d had her hands clenched, her fists grasping the foil. Restraining two estranged lovers from reuniting. It was her […]Read more "I Heard Love is Blind"
“Just Yesterday, the Franks were taken.” I overheard her say.
Her voice trembled.Read more "The Path We Took to The Rose Garden"
It was but four walls,
Of rugged white plaster.
Yet as my fingertips descend through the young mounts of dried paint,Read more "Melodies Of Mahogany"
In a play dominated by heavy innuendo and characters with conflicting motives, Shakespeare uses register in his writing, as a strong determinant of characters’ perspective on themes such as reputation and power. The tone and diction, used in the set register, are often varying depending on who the character is conversing with and the characters’ […]Read more "Language in Othello"
Compared to the red-brick walls and the newly furnished fixtures that stood upstairs, the basement was a cold disappointment. Elias often paid a visit to the distraught walls of rugged, on the verge of peeling-off plaster, when he yearned for a bit of alone time. His craving for solitude was perhaps somewhat more than a […]Read more "The suitable protaganist"