Tag Archive: nostalgia

Lonely Places

“You let the solitude steal your human life from you, turn you into magic and dust and little puffs of breath–no longer human, barely living and yet more alive than the entire world…”

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Snow Globes

“Turn their world upside-down, shake it up, and place the globe back down so the snow may begin anew, the glitter falling slowly through the watery sky…”

Childhood Is a Kingdom: A Reflection on “The Wizard of Oz”

“When at the end of the yellow-brick road, the wizard wasn’t a wizard after all, and the city wasn’t erected of emerald…it was a disappointment unlike anything else that had happened to me.”

Why Do You Love Me?: A Movie Review of “A Time to Remember”

Read this review of the heart-warming holiday classic “A Time to Remember”, about an Italian-American boy whose dream is to be singer, in spite of his father’s opposition.

Dreams of Fairfield Creek

I may never go back. If I can, I’ll find my way up into my maple-tree palace again, where I was an elf queen. Or I’ll tromp through the creek and the tunnel and into the ruined field where Neverland used to be.