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Today, I Saw The Sun Set | Poetry

It unsettled me,
Not because it was getting dark,
But because in the looming darkness,
I saw a familiar face,
The face of a country that I didn’t deserve,
One that didn’t deserve me,
Today, I saw the sun set.

SCRIBBLED LINES BY Becky Okhomina|Book Review

Scribbled lines is packed, and I mean packed! It’s suspenseful and exciting. The progression is fast paced and yet still manages to give the story and it’s characters time to develop within a short amount of time.

Once I picked it up, I didn’t put it down until I was done. It was impossible to take a breath while reading. The only time you breathe is after the last full-stop ends the story and you exhale a breath of relief. Relief for freedom, trust, loyalty, victory of truth and of course, Justice!.

Hope (World Cancer Day Inspired)| Poetry

This poem is dedicated to all those going through Cancer and those who know others going though it. Happy World Cancer Day! Never give up on hope!

5 Shortcomings of the God Calling Movie | Movie Review

Is there ever a movie without some hiccups? Can the chicken cross the road without being questioned about it’s intentions? I don’t think so. Here’s the second part of my review on God Calling movie where I taked about what I didn’t like about the movie.

4 Reasons Why God Calling Is A Great Movie | Movie Review

Have you thought of watching God Calling and you’re not sure if you should commit your money and time? I’ve come to your rescue! I’ve gone before you to make your path straight.

In my opinion, it’s a great movie and here are 4 reasons why it is.

Official Launching of Jarah Gist (2018) | Event Review

From the moment I got to the red carpet, I knew within me that I would love this particular event. Not because I’m a huge fan of the organizers, but because of my expectations from that event and the lessons I intended to take home. From the red carpet to the ambience of the hall, to the master of ceremony, Jarah Gist Media official launch was a hit!