Infinite – Saarah Choudhury

Women and men are infinite, unlimited, and forever expanding. But yes, the unimaginative and disconnected being will always keep on trying to narrow everything down to its own mirror image. Poet. World traveller. Moved from England to Cambodia. Might stay there. Not sure. You can read more of Saarah's writing at eastwest_nomad   

Deconstructing “Romeo and Juliet” part 2 – Saarah Choudhury

"In the opening scene, Gregory and Sampson, from Juliet's household, discuss their hatred of the Montegues (Romeo's household). Sampson declares he will rape all the virgin girls of the "enemy camp" because they are so weak. This is all talk, but as we see throughout the play, most characters (other than Romeo, Juliet and their … Continue reading Deconstructing “Romeo and Juliet” part 2 – Saarah Choudhury