Posts Tagged ‘Edeline’
By Edeline D’Souza, 19 March 2013
A blank page, the blinking cursor.
An oblivion of so much potential, but nothing tangible, of ideas that could be, and ideas glorified, of false starts and backspaces. This is an ode to writing.
By Edeline D’Souza
The works of Shakespeare is great in all its forms, but this was something to behold in awe…and, of course, laughter!
The Dubai Drama Group’s rendition of all of the works of Shakespeare (abridged obviously) was a magnificent and downright witty, hilarious, stitch-in-the-side-inducing kind of performance.
Edeline D’Souza, 1 Oct 2012
Jealousy, greed, self-gratification, self-indulgence. We think of these things as characteristic of the Human Race. Everything we do seems to be for an ulterior motive […]
Edeline D’Souza 23 January, 2011
In the progress of humanity and technology, computer storage space and processing power is increasing exponentially, doubling every 18 months to 2 years. In the last few years the interval has jumped even further to every 13 months […]
Edeline D’Souza 14 January 2011
People never really pay attention to the droning safety procedures of fire protocol, knowing or rather believing that nothing will ever strike them in the strangest of times and the most terrifying of circumstances. I was one of those people.
Edeline D’Souza 16, December 2011
The steady progress of the sun as it crept its way across the multi-hued sky, trying in vain to catch up with the border of darkness that sped to the unknown.
Edeline D’Souza, 18 November 2011
The feeling of unzipping the tent after a good night’s sleep on the soft, shifting sands of the desert dunes to see a cool grey-tinted crisp morning; the freshly-laundered feel of the air on your bleary, reviving face, energising you for the coming bustle of the breakfast time flurry.
Edeline D’Souza, 12 October 2011
The gushing deluge that is the Niagara Falls, located in the south or south-eastern part of Ontario, Canada, is a breath-taking exemplar of Mother Nature’s artistic flair.
Edeline D’Souza 29 April ’11
As soon as I opened the sliding door, I was hit by a blast of warm, yet cool, air. The smell of the ocean lifted my spirits, like an instant and natural high and soon it felt like I was soaring through the clouds that dotted the horizon in the distance.
Edeline D’Souza, 13 March ’11
A modern take on an old fairytale.
Edeline D’Souza, 11th February 2011
Chocolate. The word sets our mouth drooling. Don’t we all love it?