March 2022 Reads

This month involved books for university, but the opportunity for more leisurely reading as well, which is always a nice change. The Island of Doctor Moreau by H.G. Wells: A disturbing science-fiction for university about a man who ends up on an island full of creatures that are neither fully human nor animal. Not something … Continue reading March 2022 Reads

January 2022 Reads

The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins: I thoroughly enjoyed the previous work I read of Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White. The stories are very different, but have a similar pattern; numerous narrators telling the story as it moves forward, allowing the reader to see different sides of the same characters, and different aspects of society. … Continue reading January 2022 Reads

In which a flower declares love for the sun / Poem

You watched me bloom Saw more than anyone else. Delicately You gave more than most. You let me be in the coolness of night Surrounded by drops of dew. And when I awoke I couldn’t help but see The glory that was you. Another poem I wrote a couple of years ago and wanted to … Continue reading In which a flower declares love for the sun / Poem