Where did the time go,
I can’t really tell –
washed away by the remnants of an evening faded sun.
Walking along –
I believe – it did seem
ideal and serene, merely a dream.
Don’t close your eyes,
it will just fade away
into the darkness.
The darkness that is
the moment itself –
behind the veil of smiles the moment is dying.
For it wasn’t meant to be,
I guess that paths don’t collide –
I’ll pretend that I don’t mind
but I’ll remember the light of the evening and the sea sounding sigh.
Author: George Eliot
Date Read: 10th April 2017
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Beauty and the Beast
Director: Bill Condon
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Director: Barry Jenkins
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I heard about The Classics Club from reading various blogs and instantly the challenge became something I wanted to do. In terms of Classics, I am not well read at all, which is quite bad coming from an English Lit student. So here begins my challenge:
Start date: 3rd March 2017
End date: 3rd March 2022
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So I’m being brave, this is possibly the only thing that I’ve written recently that I don’t dislike (well, not yet anyway) and feel comfortable actually sharing. No doubt I will hate this with a passion very soon, so I’m posting it now so I can’t back out and not share it.
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Author: Gustave Flaubert
Date Read: March 24th 2017
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La La Land
Director: Damien Chazelle
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I thought I’d do the 2016 Annual End of Year Survey, as hosted by @The Perpetual Page-Turner as I love the idea of really having a look back at all the books I have read in the past year:
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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Director: David Yates
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