Mursal

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 10 months ago

    Person A: So we didn’t have a clinical because of the snow storm the other day, which is not our fault because the school canceled it, and I have life and I have plans and work.
    Person B: so?
    person A: All the other classes was ok with it, except my professor, who was like ‘since u missed, u have to attend an AA meeting and write a ref…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 10 months ago

    Person A: So we didn’t have a clinical because of the snow storm the other day, which is not our fault because the school canceled it, and I have life and I have plans and work.
    Person B: so?
    person A: All the other classes was ok with it, except my professor, who was like ‘since u missed, u have to attend an AA meeting and write a reflection on…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 10 months ago

    What I noticed was that it has the following elements of a fiction story: characters- Henry and his family members
    Setting- Henry’s home and the backyard.
    background- golden egg – reminds me of jack and the bean stalk “golden egg laying goose in the sky”
    Plot- Henry heard a sound went to alert his family then went to look at what it was himse…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 10 months ago

    A midday in jungle, an unusual egg was found by an owl so he called a meeting. “Not mine, and I have a calf already” exclaimed elephant. “Doesn’t belong to me, I barely survive.” the tiger rejected. “This egg doesn’t seem normal to me , let’s break it” the lion roared. All agreed and approached the egg, took a swing and caused a crack, the crack…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 10 months ago

    “stop staring at me.”
    He wanted to scream.
    feeling judged so He moved,
    but her gaze followed it seem

    “she seems so calm & cool” He thought
    when He noticed her bronze hair
    and the faint smile,
    He couldn’t help but stare.

    “Lisa!” came a shout.
    a man with moustache & beard came out.
    and that was His memory
    of the day at the valley.…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 11 months ago

    Gray.

    They say,
    your body is your temple.
    But I have also been told,
    to be vain is sinful.

    They say,
    follow your heart
    But I have also been told,
    to pursue your desires is wrong.

    They say
    Work is a form of worship.
    But I have also been told
    to be greedy is evil.

    They say,
    there is Heaven.
    But I also know,
    of…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 11 months ago

    *Corrected*

    Troubled, he asked;
    “Does it matter, how I get There?

    I can make a grand entrance with my golden carriage
    it is imported from Africa, made from real African Gold.

    Should I bring my, 255 Horsepower, 2019 Benz,
    Or perhaps my grandfather’s hooptie.

    If parking is an issue there,
    I should get a cab, maybe even a b…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 11 months ago

    Does it matter, how I get There?

    I can make a grand entrance with my golden carriage
    it is imported from Africa, made from real African Gold.

    Should I bring my, 255 Horsepower, 2019 Benz,
    Or perhaps my grandfather’s hooptie.

    If parking is an issue there,
    I am getting a cab, maybe even a bus?

    However and whenever you come,
    you will…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 11 months ago

    Dream of a better life being the central idea in both,“kitchenette building” (1945) by Gwendolyn Brooks and “Harlem” (1951) by Langston Hughes,
    “To dream is very time consuming, we are too busy and concerned about a hot shower at this moment.” “but if you think of just this moment and keep putting off your dream for a better life, what do you t…[Read more]

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 11 months ago

    He was an Eiffel tower, right there.
    Oh! memories, that like of blizzards of Himalayas.
    In that moment, lingchi, a death by a thousand cuts
    she felt in the core of her chest, the broken Parthenon.
    Bullet train was no match to her as she turned,
    pretending to be a ship heading towards the Devil’s Triangle.

    —Mursal Sediqi

  • Mursal commented on the page, on the site Attentive Resistance 1 year, 11 months ago

    Third Point of View
    (First Poem)

    Being Loving and caring
    came with the position.
    She is the one
    who follows the traditions.

    Though she is the
    second in line.
    To be the first is
    her goal in mind.

    Young as the budding
    flower in Spring.
    Who thinks she has
    figured out everything.

    Somewhere between two and four,
    who all, she…[Read more]

  • paralysis seems to be a major component of violence in all the short stories within Dubliners. comparing the violence in Dubliners and the readings prior to this, i believe the violence in Dubliners is more of a mental state, it seems as though that it is self inflicted violence, in contrast to for example in Titus where Titus fed Tamora her own children.

  • Can someone explain the romanticism period? Thanks.

  • Finnsberg episode is a poem-within-a-poem in Beowulf, after the king gifts Beowulf for defeating Grendel, the king’s poet recites this story of “Finn and his sons, unfolding the tale of the fierce attack in Friesland where Hnaef, king of the Danes, met death.” (page 71)

  • I agree with you that it is relatable to our life and that is actually the beauty of this whole play. There is no names or gender or even age of the characters, the only names i think mentioned was Chris, Terry and the only age was of the Child, which relates to everyone of us.

  • Reading a bit about the author of Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro, it seems that the stories he has written has a lot to do with violence specifically war; War is an event in which humans are often dehumanized. I once watched a T.V show called Bones, in which, a former military sniper man, called his enemy as targets which makes them kill the…[Read more]

  • You have indeed done a beautiful analysis of The Dead, i had definitely did not see that Gabriel’s realization about taking his wife for granted and his now sense of true love for her.

  • I like your perspective on the reason of Eveline not going with and staying back to care for her father, the way i looked at it was that perhaps all that years of the abuse her father had inflicted on her have created fear of her father and the fear to disobey her father. In the A painful case Mr. Duffy does not have a wife, he is having and…[Read more]

  • The sonnet “In an Artist’s Studio”, the speaker is telling of a nameless girl a saint an angel and in some some painting she is sitting or standing, to me this sounds like they are just grouping young beautiful females as one individual. Also to the painter that has used young females in his paintings it seems as though he looks at females like an…[Read more]

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