Another one from the old book. This was one of my first poems and I don't even remember when I wrote it. Probably on a page in school lecture 6 years ago or on a message thread while returning from classes, there were no memos back then. Anyways, it is out, please don't laugh. Please.… Continue reading My Moon – Vanished
I've been away for a while, well, quite a while. Away from everything, social media, web, my blog; people. I've been away, at home, sitting in this chair, staring at this white screen, enjoying my isolation, my solitude. I've been away thinking. Thinking about all the things I never saw, thinking of the things I'll… Continue reading Away
I don't know how many times I've quoted this, but here it goes again, "We must never give up the fight, The moment we do, we have lost." - Ezio Auditore da Firenze This by no means, goes with the title, but I haven't really heard any quote that tells you to give up. I've… Continue reading Random Ranting – Giving up
What if you die early? Maybe in your twenties and a peaceful living is not exactly your thing. Are you going to get bored in heaven? Heaven is a very peaceful place, or everyone says so. With what I know about it, there are beautiful looking souls that don't have a gender. Genders only exist… Continue reading Heaven or Hell?
I wish he would start walking soon. I hope he says his first words soon. This time I want straight "A"s on your report card. Look at him, he scored a 98/100 in maths. Look at him she got a full scholarship from the school. He's so good at football, you should try some sports… Continue reading What the World Wants?
Have you ever missed something, but you don’t know what it is? Have you ever found something, but you don’t know what it is? In play of the chambers of the human heart, There you stand gorgeous, the dagger to my heart. . Today again, I stand alone, in the desert of the hearts, Searching… Continue reading Deserted
When Will failed to deliver what was expected of him, Hope came in town. She too failed the town and the town had now been suffering from famine. There was no food, there was no water and there were a lot of diseases lurking in the town. There was no hope left. But then a… Continue reading The “Work” of Drama