philosophy · poem

Poem: ​Pantoum of the Antihero

​Pantoum of the Antihero Gets no love the one who doesn't love. It's not Karma, but simple logic. Even if he does, it's a sort of odds, Making the canon candid. It's not Karma, but simple logic; Who doesn't like people, will be alone, Who doesn't like water, will suffocate in, Who doesn't like life,… Continue reading Poem: ​Pantoum of the Antihero

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Language · poem · study · teaching

Kids’ Classroom: Colour poems

If you are a Foreign Language Teacher and you are dealing with youngsters, beginners; one of the basic step that you must pass by is teaching the names of the colours. Personally, I admire this particular topic about colours; even if it may take maximum 2 classes or 3 with the examination. Basically, teaching colours… Continue reading Kids’ Classroom: Colour poems

Literature · poem · translation

“Öreg néne özikéje” translated by Benyamin Bensalah

"Öreg néne özikéje" (Anna Fazekas) translated by Benyamin Bensalah   I think there is no Hungarian young or old who wouldn't know the cute Hungarian fable of Anna Fazekas about the old lady saving the deer at the leg of the Matra mountain. As a child of the Matra, for me, it would be a… Continue reading “Öreg néne özikéje” translated by Benyamin Bensalah

Journal · Kitchen · poem

A Hungarian dish in Algiers: Lecsó + Perfect Rice

A Hungarian dish in Algiers: Lecsó + Perfect Rice Alrightythen! Today, it's my free day. I woke up early and started to think how to make my day the most beneficial and restful. In the last three days, my shoulder hurting and my jobs as a teacher were pressing me into the edge. So, I… Continue reading A Hungarian dish in Algiers: Lecsó + Perfect Rice