on Mars and moth

Man-made machines flying will not satiate humans’ dreaming from the clouds to the moon, even Mars is under planning. A brave moth hunting for the fire that can burn its metal wings. — 07.21.2019 ©2019 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved. Photo by David Dibert on Unsplash In response to Sonya of Only 100 Words‘ Three Line Tales, Week 181 If you want to […]

blanket and shame (a dizain*)

Still wrapped in blanket of soft innocence, like a butterfly fresh from its cocoon, a young breath given too short existence by evil desire of a maniac goon. A lifeless, cold shell wimps a wordless croon. An animal act, perhaps it is not, for mammals, reptiles, these kingdoms just ought to kill to survive. But […]

fading murmurs (a villanelle)

Soft murmurs say the end is near, this earth will crumble, disappear. Will you let your story end here? Mouths gurgling aged, frozen beer, choosing to leave peace’s hemisphere. Soft murmurs say the end is near, tired earth sinks under cloud of fear, birds choke with vows so insincere, will you let your story end […]

2016 Reading Challenge Update: April Part 2

“All grown-ups were once children… but only few of them remember it.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince I have read seven books last April and the first four are posted here. As promised, here are the three more good reads I had last month! 25th –A book at least 100 Years Older Than […]

2016 Reading Challenge Update: March

“The holes in your life are permanent. You have to grow around them, like tree roots around concrete; you mould yourself through the gaps.” ― Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train Thank you Holy Week’s five-day-long break for letting me catch up read! 😀 18th – A book that’s under 150 pages – Kindred Spirits  What […]

2016 Reading Challenge Update: Part 2

Before the year ‘leaped’, I was able to read four more books for this month. (My first update for February is here.) So here are the awesome novels that I have read on and before the 29th. ❤ 13th – A classic from the 20th century – To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee What is it about: Compassionate, […]

Let’s read classics!

If you’re on a hunt for the best must-read classic novels, then read on!  Because ‘to read more classic’ has been an infamous bookish resolution last Tuesday, here is a short list of recommendations I got from some awesome book lovers! I am more than happy to receive all the encouraging comments for my new […]

DAY Eleven

It is day 11 of 30 Day Book Challenge. So here’s my answer to the question for the day:        11.   Favorite classic book. Because this is published on 1939, I think this one’s really a classic. I just recently read And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie and it is […]