Rabindranath Tagore, L’Offrande Lyrique

28 March 2017 En français, Literature

XXXIX Quand le cœur est dur et desséché, descends sur moi dans une averse de clémence. Quand la vie a perdu sa grâce, viens à moi dans une explosion de chant. Quand l’œuvre de tumulte élève de toutes parts son vacarme, m’excluant d’au delà, viens à moi, Seigneur du silence, avec ta paix et ton repos. Quand mon cœur misérable gît, captif, tapi dans un coin, enfonce la porte, mon Roi, et viens dans le cérémonial d’un roi. Quand leRead More

How to get a male to watch a period drama

14 March 2017 In English, Movies

I’m probably not the only girl who loves period dramas. Of course there is a sort of a romantic indulgence in immersing oneself in a story from the times long gone – the attire, the manor houses and palaces, the candlelit drawing rooms, horses instead of cars out on the streets, landscapes still unspoilt by the industrial revolution… Add to this the fact that during my adolescent years we had BBC Prime included in our TV subscription at home soRead More

What a musician does on holiday

27 February 2017 In English, Travelling

Last week I was running errands with my boyfriend and we finally had a roll of film developed with his photos of our holiday trip last July. I’m looking at them now and thinking back to the lovely time we had – we went to the Alps, the whole trip lasted a week and during this week I did many things for the first time in my life! First of all – we hitchhiked. Okay – I had done itRead More

Starting to blog again

24 February 2017 In English

I have been blogging since I was 13 years old. Back then, in middle high school in Poland, it was t h e thing among teenagers (now all the teenagers moved to Tumblr and Instagram?). It was much easier than now: I would just write whatever came to my mind. It must have been an awful lot of bullshit, but at least I didn’t have the writer’s block I’m experiencing now, sweating over the first post here. I mean thisRead More