Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Unexpected Turn

He turned forty just the other day, it was sunny and bright The moon came out afterward, it too was quite a sight He reveled in the differences between the sun and moon He thought about tomorrow, forty-one would come … Continue reading

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The Bludgeoning

My life was one bad break after another. What I thought was going to be a marriage of bliss and splendor, turned out to be nothing short of poking one’s eye out just for the changes it would cause. I … Continue reading

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The Brown Rats

They began like a small rivulet of braided hair from one side, then collided with another swarm and became a force against anything standing still. Had it fallen it would have been eaten or trampled over with relish, and quickly. … Continue reading

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Browse and Graze (or Fiction v/s Non-Fiction)

The geologist kept his head down, his eyes alert. He walked this way; bent over,  until his back began telling him to look up once in a while. He stepped up a hill, sliding on the grass a little, but … Continue reading

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A Little Bit of Shakespeare

Alas, It ends, such as this The years of hatred, the moments of bliss And yet I look fondly, through it all Upon all that began, with a single kiss   This dagger that protrudes, from my chest Cannot proclaim, … Continue reading

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The Land of Bliss

Oh to live in the Land of Bliss To go unaware of anything amiss Living life without ever knowing why It takes less than a plane to touch the sky   I never knew my financial disarray When I only … Continue reading

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Cashe

It began with a thud, that I awoke from.   Instinct and training caused me to crawl from the machine I knew my God had saved me, as he had long ago I didn’t know the souls of my companions … Continue reading

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