A Coward’s Way

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The Weaver

As I idly turn the brittle pages of an old book that has been sitting on my shelf for years, its cover buried beneath layers of dust and cobwebs, my eyes catch on a line:

……Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do……”

Involuntarily, I glance at my hands and find myself swept away by a wave of emotion to a different time, a different moment; a moment so small, so insignificant, I thought it lost in the vast mazes of the past.

8th grade. A cold January morning, and to accompany it, an even colder memory. I was sitting chattering happily with my friend as girls usually do, when our English teacher, who also happened to be our class teacher, breezed in. She was one of those teachers who were friendly at…

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Hello readers today we or I, shall be reviewing the 348 page book 'THE LORD GOD MADE THEM ALL'. Written by Michael Joseph this story features a man James Herriot who works as a country vet in Yorkshire. He embarks on many adventures to different farms, sails in a boat to Germany, flies to Istanbul, and relieves injured animals. …


Some posts on this blog may look a little old. For example, my 'About Me' page announces that I am Twelve turning Thirteen, when in fact, I am now Just-turned-Fourteen. The reason is, I can't bring myself to change it. These posts hold memories I would like to treasure till I'm ONE HUNDRED AND ONE YEARS OLD.  Suck …

Book I Recommend (B.I.R)

"Stanley was the first one finished. He spat in his hole, then showered and changed into his cleaner set of clothes. It had been three days since the laundry was done, so even his clean set was dirty and smelly." Have you ever got bored of reading the shelf of books you have situated in …