Prism Tears

Inspired by Shakespeare's work, Sylvia Plath and Lewis's Carrol brilliance, along with the classics' old and new and the ancient spheres of spiritual values, 'Prism Tears' is meant to offer a place for a reunion of thoughts transposed into the shape of heartfelt, ironical, playful and blue conversations through lyrics, rhythms, rhymes and 'small-talk'. More

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Words: 5,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9780463956991
About Theodora Oniceanu

Before any introduction of my persona I would like to say 'Hello" and 'Very pleased to have drawn your attention with my work!' to all of you curious beautiful readers out there. I am very happy to be able to show part of my artistic vision and feelings through my writing-work, a result of my quests and researches which come from my early times of childhood when being told stories happened to make me create my own stories to tell then write and sometimes talk about, getting me later to the exploration of great writing and thinking, the ways of marvellous minds like the ones of Lewis Carrol, Hans Christian Andersen, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Eugene Ionesco, James Joyce, Sylvia Plath, Mark Twain and many, many more, learning about the writing process and exploring it as much as I could.
Words can be good friends, one of the foods for the mind and soul that have the charges of atoms hiding away from our eyes many values and facets of the Universe, being able to show us the way or ways we evolve as humans, in spirit, in skill, in body and as a whole species. Just like a polyhedral compound, the visualised word goes through changes of perspective and form as it moves on the canvas of time, on supports that vary in means, meanings, functionality and usage as much as our senses do when allowed to move, get sharpened or rest for a new resurrection in the personal Universe - proposed by another human? -, (when in) another dimension and/or another time.

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