Before anyone faints or cries or laughs their asses so hard that they die (RIP), this (one written after many a month!) poem, partially influenced by another, which was suggested by my friend, the hopeless romantic, forever. [A Poem about Love] I am undoubtedly the wrong person to talk about love. To date, I do not know if what … Continue reading On Love – I
On the Letters we did not write and the cards we did not post, the people we did not call,the delayed birthday presents we did not send.I mean, I was about to mail that letter, call that aunt and see how she is doing, wish that friend from college on her birthday.But, Mum called just as … Continue reading On the Letters we did not write
He came. He saw. He conquered. *** She waited.
My Many Valentines This Series of posts was a result of random musings that occurred while writing an exam. Theme-ing it in accordance with the supposedly-romantic celebrations the coming week. "How's your boy?" "He is no longer mine." And that was that. *** I cleaned up my souvenir box last week. It was about time … Continue reading One
I like writing in my journal. It helps me keep track of my life over the years despite the intervals being utterly irregular. It helps me recollect my memories, learn from my mistakes, pat myself on the back occasionally over a few achievements. It makes me laugh, cry or even crib when reading certain entries. … Continue reading The Journal
The resonance makes all present do As they feel. The Art that is true Has preached and instilled in me Such virtues. Indebted to them is me. The resonance makes some gaze in to The distant. Dream of what I no not. Others engage in activities they call Their own. Some in slumber. Maketh it … Continue reading The Power of Music: Resonance
The girl who lived in the orange house had everything and more that she could ask for. Or so she thought. Most of her life was lived in speculation and what was required by others. What suited others best suited her. Others’ happiness was equivalent to hers. Came one day when she paid attention to … Continue reading The Girl in the Orange House