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  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
    Alarms set off, sirens shouted out their vocal chords, and dusk had kicked in. I lay there wrapped in a damp red cloth and held tightly, uncomfortably around a muscular body. Sounds crept in, playing its tricks on my ear drums, the nasty aura of detritus fiddled its way into my nostrils and my dry ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Family’s hopes together with several blessings from the elders, you swiftly swayed down from heaven into my womb; after nine whole months, granny, aunt and relatives alike, all were praying to God for the safe arrival of their sweet little angel. At 4.00 under the starry Sunday morning, when bird...
  • Opinion > Points of View
    Over millions of years the world has constantly been changing and developing. Scientists, geologists and economists alike have constantly been working to make a difference to the world, but have they actually changed the world? Mahatma Gandhi’s ‘non-violent’ act, in fighting for India’s i...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Swim in, creep close, squeeze through and listen to them… The Red Ribbon wriggles, twirls and swirls in the on-going yet still air. It drips notes of blissful knowledge on to the vast carpet of Mother Nature, who has laid herself open, exposed to the world beyond oblivious to its inhabitant...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Breath gets caught and then released, Man takes birth and then dies. Flowers spring out and then cuddle in and wrap up in mortification, Sounds are heard then slowly they fade away. Money comes and washes out of your destiny, What stays behind is your name and reputation which you bear on your ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Words beaten out of the frozen mouth are never remembered. Memories as lovely as the moment when all sunflowers spring out in summer luxury are always thrown back into our knowledge luggage. Songs are never remembered for a lifetime but memorised for sometime. Money never stays behind but the ...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    Full Of drama, Tension, Emotions and suspense, Benjamin Zephaniah brings to his fifth book so far: Refugee Boy. Despite being a teen drama, it also puts the point forward about racism, refugees and wars so vividly, that makes this book unique from Zephaniah's collection. Throughout the whole bo...
  • Opinion > School / College
    I believe that sex education should be offered to children at the right age of about 15-16 due to the fact that most students are not serious about this and start laughing when they’re taught. I really hate it when my classmates laugh and crack jokes on such a serious issue- truly immature of th...
  • Opinion > School / College
    I feel that school uniforms gives us the sense of responsibility and pride for studying at such a great school- It seems like someone is screaming in our ears saying only that we’re all part of this school and we all deserve the best of education. It also gives students the sense of equality so th...
  • Opinion > Environment
    What I believe of about global warming is that we are the only cause to this global issue which imposes threats to the whole world. Most people are still ignoring these threats by thinking that the ozone layer will heal itself, but no-one, let alone even scientists, know the true answer. I truly...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Families have held hands praying to God for the safety of the child who is to come. The sun rises, flowers spring out, birds fly high echoing eternal notes of bliss, cormorants lay their silky feathers furled on shimmering waters and clouds cluster together in a frenzy; God’s gift has just swaye...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    That taunting pressure of not running, burning through my skin in a way that is cunning. The teacher's light shines on me with tremendous hope, what should I do, Running- I can't cope. The beats my heart pump, embarrising, when I enter the school-The Last Person! Though everyone claps...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    The cormorants lay their silky feathers furled on the aqua blue horizon; As they stroke their shining silk, throwing admirers into ecstasy, joyous chords are plucked in the calm yet still air. Desires have set the horizon alight, similar to the way You shone the light of hope on our love. You are...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    When I was longing to hear your blissful voice plucking its joyous chords in the calm yet still air, I heard no faith in your response yet the heart did not stop beating its hopes to enlighten the atmosphere. When I wanted to talk to you- sharing my emotions with you, You left me all alone flicki...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Buildings have perched up to newer heights, scraping the puffed, flurry white clouds, glimmering in the bliss of sunlight. Businesses all around have blasted, exceedingly, the unexpected heights of its targets. Fashion has stripped the world in its newer designs less to cover, more to expose a w...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    The sun has dipped in through the magenta horizon, slowly setting off the light of hope, but my love for you is eternal, ever-growing, and immortal. The sight, that was the aqua blue sky, has been dipped and blanched into darkness, but my heart will repeatedly beat, thump thump, essence of its l...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    1 Night’s arms wrapped themselves around the bright red Light; 2 Darkness had chased it out of sight. 3 The sound of Thunder rippled across the sky, 4 Rain was jumping constantly on the ground of heights high. 5 He lay there, waiting with blood-red roses in hand. 6 He was stabbed in the he...
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    Photo > Photo Illustrations

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