In celebration of the National Poetry Month, aside from reading a lot of poems and getting into the groove of writing some of my own again, I am sharing my three most beloved poems from three of my most favorite poets. I share my favorite lines from my top 3 and top 2 choices from … Continue reading Top 3 Poems from my Top 3 Favorite Poets
Basho also lived an interesting Zen life that stretches beyond his gift in creating seventeen-syllable masterpieces. Read on to see how it translates to his haiku compositions.
It is astounding for one to create a complex literature in a span of a year. Kafka’s The Trial was about the crooked and paradoxical 'injustice of the justice system.'
Nabokov’s "The Eye" is an obscure narrative of a pitiful émigré in Berlin named Smurov, who takes us on his posthumous adventures.
Let us not translate his victory into a bad thing for those who failed to receive the award, because I don’t believe it elevates their success that way.