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How often we think we know people When we barely know ourselves Instead of looking within to find answers, We always end up looking someplace else How often we think we are right, When all that we perceive is an illusion In the war of words that is an argument, More often than not, we… Continue reading How Often
Un bon roman elle a lu Dans cette elle a ecrit “Appele-moi si vous le trouvez À Hawaii, italie ou Capri” Au magasin de seconde main Le roman elle a quitté Il a voyage de ville à ville De main à main il a passé On jour au magasin Un roman une fille timide a… Continue reading L’Effet Papillon
This is simply a poem about longing.
As a foray into the Japanese market, Netflix teamed up with a local channel there and brought out “Million Yen Women” to the local audience, as well as the world. And, boy am I glad! I have never watched Japanese television, never watched mangas, suffice to say I am a novice when it comes to… Continue reading Million Yen Women – A POV
OITNB has from the get go been different. When it first came out, it was a dark commentary on women’s prison. Slowly but surely it then evolved into something much more, subtly addressing racial issues, class issues. It seamlessly integrated back stories of characters into the story showing us why the character is how he/she… Continue reading Why Orange is the New Black is More Than Just a Show About Prison and Lesbians