Tuesday, December 30, 2014

on love

Yalyna’s Night Walk

“Your soul is as a moonlit landscape fair,
Peopled with maskers delicate and dim,
That play on lutes and dance and have an air
Of being sad in their fantastic trim.”
(Paul Verlaine. Clair de Lune)

“Tonight, at yours, there are the masks that you invited
and the black masks that you did not invite.”
(Lara Biyuts)

It was cold last night, and I felt lonely, taking the air in my home town. Now, it was time to go home. The way home took me only twenty minutes, but for some reason I decided to drop in the White Jibber Bar to have a cup of tea. Sitting at a table, immersed in thoughts of my own, I suddenly heard somebody call me. I turned round and there… dear me… a handsome man who I saw never before. Watching me the man smiled in the way that gave me the creeps. I tried to scan him, just in case, if by chance he was a kind of a magician too. Oops… I couldn’t see any bio-field. Then I showed him my nice bare teeth -- thanks heaven, my fangs were not cut in my childhood -- and I winked at him. What came next? When going home, I felt like under a spell, and I heard some footsteps behind. Every time I turned round, nobody was there. Now, at home, coming to the kitchen, I heard the transcendental call again. So pleasant. Ah, I ought to come up to his table. What a lovely adventure it could be! If it went wrong, never mind, for really, nothing to lose.

The End

Lara Biyuts © 2007 

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Meet the new stylish model

Susan Chettri is currently living in Nepal, doing modeling in Kathmandu. By now, he has done TV and paper ads as well as filming, for his aim Hollywood, that’s why the young model needs help in promotion.
A medical worker by trade, Susan Chettri wants to show his other talents to the world.

With love from Kathmandu, Nepal.

Friday, July 04, 2014

Of Words and Water 2014

Download the new FREE eBook of short stories and poems from an international group of authors: 
Of Words and Water 2014
I am one of the contributors. 
Thank you all for your support.


1. What inspired you to contribute to the anthology?

One day, on Goodreads, I saw a message by Jay Howard, Author and Editor, about the anthology. It sounded inspiring so much.
2. Rain, snow, or ice? Why?

Snow. Rainy weather never could spoil my day or prevent me from enjoying life, and I always loved our Russian snow. When I was young, I loved winter more than summertime. But today, I hate winters, because the homeless and stray animals feel so cold in our cold northern winters.

3. Can you tell us a little bit about your story?

My poem “Snowfall” is my musing about an instant of life, about the beautiful, and it’s my view of Symbolism in literature.

enjoy the eBook at #Kindle

Monday, January 27, 2014


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