What is your answer?

"London, that great cesspool into which all the loungers and idlers of the Empire are irresistibly drained." Sir Arthur Conan Doyle describes London as a great pool of blood, and human waste, that he, a free man was naturally gravitated to. The British empire of which London was (and still is) the capital naturally attracted... Continue Reading →

In the Hyde Park

With green grass spread beyond what the eyes could see Textured and furnished with abundant trees There on untilted land, played the young and the old That evening, till the heart felt warm and the sun went cold. There on untilted land, by the shades of the leaves, stood a park bench Where they sat, gazing... Continue Reading →

Enigma of That great Cesspool

Day 4. Prompt- One of the most popular British works of classical music is Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations. The “enigma” of the title is widely believed to be a hidden melody that is not actually played, but which is tucked somehow into the composition through counterpoint. Today I’d like you to take some inspiration from Elgar... Continue Reading →

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