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interpretation of literary process, livestream! a very important video for dummies. See the author (me) during the writing and cbserve a part of the creative process – this is a normal part of my day 🙂 You won’t need subtitles for this.
– Sir, you’re scaring the children, step away!
– But they’re not children! – I lifted my camera again to see tiny monsters. I felt someone’s enormous hand on my shoulders. I jerked. It was Daldry.
I feverishly pointed the lens at him and saw, not without relief, that his face was his own. The only one, the only…
– My friend, please realize. These are not your friends.
My host fidgeted and looked at them with unease as they stepped away. A mother took her children staring at me with disgust and horror.
– This… – I did not even know how to say this to him. – These are not humans.
– If not, who are they?
Contemplations from the grave The place of action is a grave deeply dug within the architectonic of Père Lachaise. Whenever the dead start conversing beneath the soil, it turns simultaneously green and blue. Many burial plots around the world look up to the Père Lachaise grave. It is a black hole, exactly as imagined by […]
When you have stories, you always have your family. They will always be your priority. Your responsibility. And a writer… a writer writes. And he does it even when he’s not appreciated.. or respected… or even loved. He simply bears up,.. and he does it… because he’s writer. http://www.facebook.com/leilasamarrai7
I write as a barking Satan I write as a crying God Stirring like a lamb before slaughtering Death unhurried is catching me up in poems While sailing in other people’s virtues. Leila Samarrai, 10/12/2016
http://afirmator.org/leila-samarrai-dobar-pisac-je-onaj-koji-se-ne-boji-da-progovori/ The master of of the short story, Leila Samarrai is both published and award-winning young author. She loves to write, she lives for the literature, she dreams about having her own manager, like American writers. Inspired by the Monty Python, by Chaplin, by everyday situations in our country, she creates sharp, funny, satirical stories, […]