We grow up believing that we are unique. What we don't realise it that we are unique - just like everybody else. Does a leaf think he is going to be the first to see the sun? Does it realise that he is no different than the one right next to it?
Pride - The downfall of the mighty.
Oh the wind... with gusts from the heavens
In this era of judgement, here's a message to those who stand against you.
Ahh, hello monsieur Yes I'll have the usual Whiskey and soda For this indivisual. You see, mister bartender, I'm here every other day Why, you ask? It's rather sad, I say. A few years ago I owned this very bar I stood where you stand Not an inch too far. You know what changed? … Continue reading The Bartender
Shh... it is over The choice is made Fear not, for mistakes Have been repaid. Shh... it is over The storm has passed The winds at rest The leaves have danced. Shh... it is over The night is here The stars shall sing And the moon is near. -Yogya
Home for me is the place where there's always ice cream in the fridge even in the coldest winters, where I'm never the first person to wake up in the morning, where the air is a mixture of various assorted sounds and aroma of my mother's cooking or the television or the vacuum cleaner caressing … Continue reading Home
See the strings over there? They make us dance And jump here and there Or fight with a lance. Master is proud He makes more like me We clap out loud As he collects every penny. Pinochio, Pinochio Had a run of luck Master is no Gapetto We sleep among muck. Puppets that we are, … Continue reading Puppets
Over the course of my life on this spinning geoid, I cannot say that I’ve had a lot of meaningful and life changing experiences, for I’ve only done 17 years of my time. However, the few yet powerful incidents have shaped me, and made me what I am. I have learnt lessons and gathered memories. … Continue reading Little Lessons of Life
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both.." -Robert Frost That's right. Choices. You can't take one option without losing the other. And no, I'm not going to tell you what to choose or to choose at all. A very interesting question asked at my school which stuck with me … Continue reading The Road Less Travelled