A Chai Shop and Contrasts

A chance encounter over a cup of chai leaves a lasting impression in this touching reflection.

A Chai Shop and Contrasts
posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor

First Taste of Salt

A child’s etched memory of the fleeting nature of life itself is captured in this reflection.

First Taste of Salt
posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor

A Memoir

Some people will come, and some will go. But their words will remain. It’s quite the mystery, why some people in this world have the opportunity to help us create our own little stories. I like to imagine that each of us is like a blank piece of paper when we are born, and that every person we meet scribbles a few words on our pages, so that together we eventually create a full story.

A Memoir
posted on: Sep 30, 2016 | author: Inscribe Editor

It Ends with a Beginning

‘Colin! Colin! Look at me! Don’t fall asleep!’ Is there someone talking to me? It sounds so familiar. Grandpa? Is that you? Am I in heaven now?

It Ends with a Beginning
posted on: Sep 25, 2016 | author: Inscribe Editor

An Analytical Essay on Poem Reflection – Wasted...

Written by an unknown online writer, Wasted is a reflective poem by a victim of child sexual abuse. ‘Wasted’ is the title and the abstract idea permeating this emotive piece, referring to an undesired result of an action and being weak or emaciated of the body of a person (Wasted, n.d.). Interwoven into the tragic storyline and scenes lie several important messages. To reveal the embedded themes, the reader has to first understand the inner thoughts and emotions of the protagonists – the victim and the offender.

An Analytical Essay on Poem Reflection – Wasted
posted on: Sep 25, 2016 | author: Inscribe Editor

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