On Adulting and Reading

on reading while adulting

Do people still read for fun? Even a two year old can see through my façade whenever I announce, I’m gonna read a book. Don’t get me wrong, I love reading. Did I say love? I loved reading some eight years back. My curiosity always got the upper hand. I wanted so much to be […]

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The Test

the test

After my well articulated post of taking it easy and letting life happen few weeks ago, I went ahead and did something absolutely rash last week. I signed up for the language test. the registration for the exam is not a big deal, I mean normally people register for an exam they want to take […]

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Dark times

dark times

The world is ending I heard her pleas The ground has opened to swallow up human kind Wolves move in packs so does man listening for sign of life beneath the earth the end of us could be a beginning of another The world is ending haven’t you heard? the ninth wonder of the world […]

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The Getaway

I’m filling up the tank, Amadeus let me drive into mid-summer’s sunset wave good-bye to the road we built together leave behind the haunted part of myself and the people who whose faces I swore I’d always recognise I’m gonna drive past the seven mountains each representing an era of intrepid defeat followed by respite […]

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Do you read me?

I watch you daily because your history leaves a cache trail of fine print. I notice the whites of your eyes gleam at a variety of anonymous sites. Registered in the clouds are a collection of stories, and photography, too many to count since the lovers of art walk a nostalgic part. Each artist’s works […]

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Bubbles & Sunshine

The yellow pages of life does not promise a forecast of  bubbles and sunshine. Many times we venture to different paths and end up toiling unsuccessfully. We take risks,  casting all including our soul into the wind, and still  it makes no substantial difference. Being unsuccessful is a tedious lifestyle nobody chooses, rather it chooses […]

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Seasoning with secrets

There is a something circulating downtown The Turtledove sang a cinquain into the eagle’s ear before the dawn, look up to the sky and see the moon kiss the ocean while the stars watch But you see that’s not much a secret the moon and Ocean french every night But when you stand out in […]

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Vanity

Dear Vanity, What a scruffy slutty one you are you have succumbed mighty men with your armoured weapon and ensnared kingdoms of Emperors in your grip you rave for enmity and war your reign stretches beyond mere eyes can see with your succubus sisters, Sex and Power you dominate and ruin the earth to rubbles […]

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A Question of Morality

Or perhaps it is even one of godliness, either ways it goes thus In the little town of Mayoma,  there lived a lady. Let’s call her Savannah. Savannah was an average woman, wasn’t poor but she wasn’t rich. Wasn’t void of responsibility but didn’t have an overwhelming lot either. She wasn’t exceptionally good, but she […]

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Aura

Aura

    Could you recognise the silence? That is what it feels like when Zenitude and woe swirl around in a chalice when crickets chirp louder, nearer when it’s too soon to speak up   The silence is the stillness of a waterless dam it is the look in her tearless eyes the doleful journey […]

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