The Wall as a symbol of the cruelty of the cold war,A city interrupted. The Wall dissected roads, amputated tramlines and dismembered some of its main thoroughfares.A wide “death strip” marked by anti-vehicle trenches, mesh fencing, barbed wire. And then, it was gone.A city once wounded, now healed. A new city rose, from ashes ofContinue reading “A city resurrected”
You’re a dyed-in-the-wool man, But that’s not helping anyone Not even yourself. Word of the day is dyed-in-the-wool: (always used before a noun, often dissaproving) having very strong beliefs, opinions, etc. that you are not willing to change.
In a world where everything is possible We thrive for the impossible. We love to fight and conquer To make our ego greater. But then, all comes to this, In the final moments of peace… Where was the soul in all of this? It was waiting patiently to be noticed To be given a chanceContinue reading “Look after you soul”
Interpose, repeat Until you learn the lesson Am move on with life. Word of the day interpose: v. To pose in the midst of something.
Those crepy foleys Make me run away and hide Somewhere nice and cozy. Word of the day is foley: n. In film, television, etc. Sound effects created to mimic ambient noises,typically using a variety of objects and practical methods;(also) the process of creating such effects.
Immerse in your craft And you’ll never have to work Another day. Word of he day is immerse: v. To make(yourself) fully involved in some activity or interest.
Jump in this small raft Let’s go in an adventure On the sea of life. Word of the day is raft: n. A flat structure that is used for floating or sailing on water.
Tweaking this and that This work will never be perfect Misunderstood artist. Word of the day is tweak: v. To change (something) slightly in order to improve it: to make small adjustments to (something)
Having a monk on Early in the morning It’s not a good sign. Word (expression) of the day is monk on: to have a (the) monk on: to be in a bad mood, to be angry, sullen or resentful.