The sun is burning very brightly today, not like yesterday. But it is not the heat from the sun that is making me cry, neither is it because of the fact that I have to wash my teachers clothes tonight. Rather, I am crying because I misplaced some money, my entire money. I don’t think … More The Bus Fare
With the breeze of December slowly settling, snowflakes covered the earth’s surface. The sun is nowhere to be found, it comes out but once in a blue moon, making sure habitats of the earth are missing it duly. The weather outside is competing in temperature with my fridge. Who the winner will be, is just … More Excellent vision of the Praying Mantis
Have you ever wondered how dolphins breathe? Well, Yes, we all learnt that fishes have gills which they use in taking-in the oxygen from the water for their respiration. But those are the regular fish, not marine mammals. Whale and Dolphins are mammals, and by definition, they can’t breathe in water. This means just like humans, … More Ben the Dolphin
It’s been a long while, as well it should. The past months have been studiously monotonous. Concluding my thesis and finalizing on a school for my doctorate appeared to be much more difficult than I thought, clash of interest, inherent laziness, fruitless day and sleepless nights – not only sleepless from studying but recently from … More A flower that once blossomed; The Bornu Empire from the lenses of the Ottoman Empire
If by any means you have a problem with the title of this piece, I would suggest you first pick it up with Robert Zemeckis, the writer and director of the movie Back To The Future, I mean- if we can go back to the future, why can’t we go forward to the past? “The … More Forward To The Past
I am taking on a new direction of writing this time; today’s piece is going to be on something controversial, something both strange and familiar at the same time. And that’s “The nose”. Okay, just before you close this page and find something important to do with your life, hear me out. I think you … More Beyond the smell . . .
An Apprehension off the shores of İzmir … KiyiyaVuranInsanlik I was recently on a sojourn in İzmir, a vibrant city on the western extremity of Anatolia. The city being the third most populous city in Turkey, shrouds on a collective feel of humanity, decorated with beautiful attractions such as historic sites, archeology museums and beautiful sea … More Humanity washed Ashore… Kiyiya Vuran Insanlik