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Maggie – Shakespeare’s sister in George Eliot’s Mill on the Floss

(Sidharth Vardhan’s review of of George Eliot’s ‘The Mill on the Floss’The book was first published in 1860 Review first published on December 8, 2019 ) Summary Brought up at Dorlcote Mill, Maggie Tulliver worships her brother Tom and is desperate to win the approval of her parents, but her… Read More »Maggie – Shakespeare’s sister in George Eliot’s Mill on the Floss

Liar

1. “I saw you for the first time when upon my stubborn insistence my mom lowered you, a baby wrapped in a pink blanket, on my arms which she had made me stretch on her lap, unwilling to entirely trust you in my four-year-old arms. You were only three days… Read More »Liar

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Death of a dream

(Chorus)So little of happinessSo long to come and oh don’t blinkSee! Its already overNow back to yourNever-ending darkness(End of chorus) Forgive meFor I still lay crushedThe victim of your amusementsLike that flowerWhose petals you pluckedOne by oneAnd with a tender amused smileA beautiful thing killedAs you decide whether you loved meOr… Read More »Death of a dream

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Ficklish Love

Take away your ficklish lovesNo bigger than the smallest of dovesThey may suit some otherMyself can’t handle anotherParts of my souls are still in gravesWhich were made by fantasiesThat you thought were your lovesAnd I loved the idea of deathTill you showed me dead too sufferIn storms of your passing… Read More »Ficklish Love

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The Worm

Woke up with the worm,couldn’t eat,Music won’t do,Books won’t either,Something cruel is in the sunlight today,And ignored dog looks sad too. Know that will be crying today.Woke up with the worm,Hope it will kill me today. Can’t get you out of my mind,don’t want to love you anymore,Don’t want to… Read More »The Worm