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BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: PASSAGE It’s a snow day here in south central Massachusetts. Cold and blowy. Snow has been falling pretty heavily since late morning and now, it’s dark out. Seven in the evening. Dinner is finished. Dishes put away. We were both outside taking pictures earlier. I think Garry got just the right pictures for […]

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Anusha of Prospect Corner is now available! This middle grade novel is a modern, multicultural homage to one of my favorite novels from childhood, L. M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables. I wrote it with my redheaded twins, Maram and Samira. Anusha’s family does not fully mirror our family’s ethnic or religious identities — it’s […]

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THE HYPHENATED UNIVERSE [ THE HYPHENATED UNIVERSE: AN INDO-ROMANIAN MULTI-TEXT ANTHOLOGY OF POETRY…… is in the making] / by Dr. Jernail S Aanand

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Galaktika Poetike "ATUNIS"

THE HYPHENATED UNIVERSE

[ THE HYPHENATED UNIVERSE: AN INDO-ROMANIAN MULTI-TEXT ANTHOLOGY OF POETRY…… is in the making]

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by Dr. Jernail S Aanand

[Literaria Biographia of this Poem: I always believe that a poem cannot be separated from its creator. And it is created in moments of extreme passion. Language is a fiction. And behind every word that we write, there is a story. Which story gets into the pattern and how much, depends on that MAGICAL MOMENT called the CREATIVE MOMENT. Only a poet’s mind knows, what it will accept, and what will be sifted out. A written text is the firming of up a creative moment. That is all. If that moment had passed, the words, the text, every thing could have changed. On the farther end, the man who is reading is also subjected to the magic of the moment at which he is reading. At any other…

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Frank Sinatra’s Letter to George Michael Has Good Advice for Everyone — TIME

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In 1990, George Michael balked at the pressures of fame and celebrity in an interview. Frank Sinatra’s advice? “Come on, George. Loosen up. Swing, man.” When Michael released his sophomore solo album Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1, he told the Los Angeles Times’ Calendar magazine that fame had made him “miserable” and he didn’t want…

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Pasta with Slow-Cooked Aubergines, Artichokes and Anchovies (easily vegan recipe) — food to glow

This is a commissioned recipe Weeknight pasta meals don’t have to mean reaching for a sauce jar. Or a boil-in-bag pouch. Or even – God forbid – a lurid powder. With a few fresh and a few store cupboard ingredients, you and your family can quickly be tucking into a slippery, savoury pile of pasta studded with […]

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24 Hours (2 IMAGES)

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Petals Unfolding

IIn a matter of 24 hours
we went from here

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to here.

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Photography/ “24 Hours” November 2016©AmyRose
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It seems a lot can change and does change within only 24 hours in Western New York.  These two images were taken at approximately the same time, early morning, the first one yesterday in a field across from our home and the second one taken in our backyard.  So many people are in a “panic” rushing to get gas and food all because of the memory of the horrific storm we all experienced here in November of 2014 called Storm Knife.  As this day progresses we will observe how much actual snow fall we get.  So far it is just a dusting.

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