Our Life and Literature

Summer’s Day

Maryam Qureshi Once upon a beautiful day, I happened to read the Shakespeare’s sonnet, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?” The sonnet opens up, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?Thou art more lovely and more temperate.Rough… Read More ›

All The Difference

Maryam Qureshi Whenever I read Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road Not Taken”, I just feel it to be highly relevant and relatable to the situation that we often come across with while making a difficult decision or approaching to a different… Read More ›

Little Candles

Maryam Qureshi Once upon a dark night, amidst a dreadful thunderstorm,she had a pack of delicate little candles.Although the night was scary,her heart was trembling with fear yet she hadthose candles to rely upon in that world of wilderness.It was… Read More ›

Muse’s Monologue

Maryam Qureshi By wearing the cloak of invisibility, it is the muse that is visible everywhere in the writer’s words or Wisdom. It is not present anywhere even then it is the only one showing up itself repeatedly. “Nature’s my… Read More ›

The Unheard Melodies

Maryam Qureshi Heard Melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter. John Keats New experiences, new challenges, strange thoughts and sometimes an interaction with a stranger goes a long way into your life. These are the things that we should… Read More ›

Only Matter exists

Maryam Qureshi Boldly speaking, the current age is the age of materialism. Unfortunately, we are living a moribund life behind the icy and golden bars of the cage that is the modern era. The era of technological upheaval has robbed… Read More ›