When Acquired Prematurely

When one acquires more than required or the time is not conducive to receive those ideas, it becomes a burden. There is a precocious mind contemplating over the prodigious meanings. Yes, they are magnified and becomes more dramatic than they actually are. There is a clandestine deal to acquire them! A sense of mistrust prevails around a life which is so cryptic, it is difficult … Continue reading When Acquired Prematurely

Well-being

The emotional, psychological, and social well-being of an individual can only be facilitated by a healthy environment. A society that is accepting, tolerant, and keen on listening patiently. In an interconnected world, incidents of intolerance and conflicts can affect anyone, especially children. When adults falter and are incapable of being the positive role-model for the future generation, they grow up despising them. We cannot think … Continue reading Well-being

Finding Yourself

Ever get tired of finding yourself? When they insist that you are hiding something If you say, “Nothing”, they look at you compassionately With disbelief within; for they are reflecting on their perception To create a persona they wish to visualise For it to be the final version, in their eyes Plenty of erosions and aberrations, cliches and tightfisted comments Where the hell are you … Continue reading Finding Yourself

That Curiosity

When there is a chance to peep into someone’s life The eyes chance upon details deliberately Chances are, they eyes are behind an extremely voyeuristic spyglass Closer, feigning ignorance, start playing on the consciousness That oblivious know it all, after all, a lot has been absorbed Without the conscious knowledge of that someone who was afar Filthy curiosity cannot remain inactive; smears the communication With … Continue reading That Curiosity

Who Blinks

Who blinks first? One who mocks nature or when nature upturns all the dreams Where that bitterness has time to mingle with the multitude Withering love and eroding elegance; fate mocks the mysterious attitude Of cursing the silence and solitude; dar’st everyone challenges the universe Speaking in wretched language, the sentiments of meanest nature Bearing the dull load through the journey There’s no time to … Continue reading Who Blinks

Little Gains

Hate for gain brings a lot of pain The profits will soon be squandered away Alas! It’s a gamble that frowns on life The blemishes of vanity accentuate the patterns Antipathy has no sympathy for optimism It is mere pessimism titillated by arrogance Conquering destruction, usurping foul lands Rage punishes life in a cage of suffering Hostile passions never in love with life Amplified narcissism … Continue reading Little Gains

Tough Challenges

Moral ideas are not aesthetic enough for a crooked world. We allow (or are forced to alter) our thoughts, innate character to be transformed by a deluge of external factors with covert plans to alter them irredeemably. Due to such instances, we lose control over the arguments and willingly surrender to the numerous byproducts that appear as sludge amidst the controversial free-flow of nonsense. The … Continue reading Tough Challenges

Unreasonable Reason

Our eloquent eulogies of greatness and legacies are given less importance compared to the vociferous support of mediocrity and dogmatic actions. While we all are more or less aware of the philosophies that have and continue to shape human existence, there is always a fierce battle to belittle those efforts. We cannot rise above selfishness, idiosyncrasies, and mass hysteria. Our monumental effort to seek freedom … Continue reading Unreasonable Reason