Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Lost

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Quietly sinking downfurther and furtheruntil I have reached the bottomWhat is this world?I am no longer on Earththis is a whole new planet. Around me I know no oneno familiar faces,nothing looks the same. I am in a different world;one with no escapeno world I have...

Enigma of Love

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Frozen eyes and scattered lips, that’s all left in your portrait. Unzipped wounds of cruelty are stained by scarlet white. Fragments of linen hold up a fragrance which pierces my nose.  In your eyes, I am seeing me, placid, But mine turns out to be empty. You, the...

Release – Patrick Ness

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Have you ever started something, moved away from it to refresh yourself, and then completely did something else in its entirety instead before returning to the original task at hand? Well, I started reading “Call Me By Your Name” by André Aciman, stopped halfway,...

Dear Lungs

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Dear Lungs,I’m sorry for being caught upin the endless search for numbness.I have forgotten that it was you, above all,that let the holy breath enter my soul. I hope you remember the times,where balloons seemed to magically expand,as I whispered onto you,The smoke now drowns...

Poetry, film, book reviews coming to The Baron

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Your favourite student publication will now be featuring an arts section! You will notice it has a drop-down menu, where you can choose to browse through poetry or book and film reviews. We realize that not everyone cares to read the news and some readers may be more...

Twilight

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I always believed that you and I were like day and night,destined to blend in this shadow of light.Now when I look into my heartI can still see the vestiges of twilightthat once bloomed in my life;there isn’t a more beautiful poem than you. When...

Abandon – Meg Cabot

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Abandon ranks high amongst my reading list as one of my top three favourite trilogies. The entire series spans over a very short period but will seem to be drawn out. It hooks you and doesn’t let you leave until it is two in...

The Lighthouse (2019) – directed by Robert Eggers

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The dark, alarming sounds of Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse and its secrets will keep an audience thrilled throughout. Right from the start of the movie, when the ship arrives at the lighthouse, the audience is greeted by the startling sounds that welcome the audience to...

Reflections

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Howdo you see you?Howdo you see me?Yourreflection is still the same person, butdo you see it as such? Thereflection of your judgement,thoughts,feelings, actions,howdo you perceive these things? Doesit make you a different person? Whatdo you like, what do you hate?Youare the same person in every version.Everyreflection...

Knives Out (2019 film) – directed by Rhian Johnson

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In the pursuit of unravelling the mystery and solving the crime, one finds abundant humour in Rhian Johnson’s 2019 film, Knives Out. This film feels more like a game of Clue to the audience but with witty dialogues and comedy scenes. It has everything...