Globalization stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

Travelling you meet different people, got new impressions, overcome some barriers (cultural, lingual, bureaucratic), train your communication/socializing skills and, in few words, expand your knowledge of the world. Our Yucatan vacation was not an exception. My wife and I are opened and easy for contact. Knowing human being nature, we… Read More
Non-rhyming poem I wanted to share. It came to my mind when I randomly thought about the last 2 years and what has happened. Deals with the vast progress in this world and how to cherish the little things in our lifes. Read More
Iraqi security officers were very helpful, professional and respectful to all mourners. On Monday, at least 28 people were killed and 78 wounded in a wave of bomb attacks in central Iraq against mourners. I Ajmal Mehdi condemns in the strongest terms by volunteering my time in Karbala for help… Read More
In this Information, Telecommunication and Globalization Age that is transforming so rapidly into greater Wisdom Age, there is an urgent mandate to live beyond the tradition of working a whole month for a cheque. You can not afford to exempt yourself from the most powerful institution on the planet; working… Read More
This poem is actually a metaphor for the destruction of the environment and the ignorance towards it, because of globalization shrinking of our world into a global village. Nursery rhyme time score. Read More
In a lucid mindset, I began to reminisce over my past, present, and the future of my world, the economy, and the fate of the disillusioned hate which politicians seem to have for anyone who truly needs them... Read More
When people around the globe are celebrating another new year on squares, beaches or in front of landmark buildings, what are Chinese people doing? I walked into the McDonald’s on New Year’s Eve to get snack, the store located in a big shopping mall was full of young Chinese. But… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 04, 2010


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The Booksie Classic House

An experimental piece, The world is ruled by a one global government founded on the ideas of Humanism, the story follows young Kaylan and Eva as they encounter life n this new world of the future. Kaylan is expected to join the ruling society, as Eva fights for woman to… Read More
A PERFECT HIGH is a Generation X story that tracks the lives of four teenage friends (Alex, David, Toto & the Narrator) who represent the club and rave offspring of post-90s France. Guided by a first-person narrative we follow them through a spiraling descent of ecstasy-fuelled nights and serotonin-lack mornings,… Read More
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