Monthly Archives: June 2016
According to the dictionary, the word metamorphosis as an allegory is a change of the form or nature of a thing or person into a completely different one, by natural or supernatural means. By the way, have you seen the … Continue reading
I’m not sure from which story, but I think may be it’s from “The Great Stone Face” which was one of the stories from one of the two of my Matriculation Class English text books (1958 Class): “Only those whose … Continue reading
Smile: A change of facial expression involving a brightening of the eyes and an upward curving of the corners of the mouth, expressive of amusement, pleasure,affection, irony, derision, etc. This dictionary definition classifies a smile into two types: one expressive … Continue reading
The other day, I chanced to watch the Chinese movie ‘Super Typhoon’ on Asian Movies Channel of Skynet at home. The natural disaster film was superb. But it wasn’t the story that sent me on a train of thoughts. The … Continue reading
“Forgetfulness is the bitter fruit one reaps from the traumatic stress of being forged by the searing fire of almost unbearable patience.” Who said that? I forgot. Have I posted this before? I forgot.