Stunned

Thoughts arise from infinite sources Without chronology; resist the idea of deciphering them Caging freedom, fixing them upon circumstances Slapping consequences with overtly critical opinions Time creates jealousy to destroy the sincere pictures Once those moments have vanished from ephemeral Surrendering to the eternal, safe from critical eyes If at all they appear too sophisticated, explore them often Without being burdened by modern constraints Now, … Continue reading Stunned

The Forced Reflections

Some of the reading are laborious indeed! The words are extremely ornamental, crafted by someone else, but awkwardly set in a design that diminish their glorious reflections. It is life going out to fetch some fancy pieces to enthral the reader with some borrowed vanity. First, the eyes feel tired, trying to extract some meaning from them; by then the mind shuts off, and the … Continue reading The Forced Reflections

Random Thoughts

When questions transcend this systemic reality, there will be clarity. Only if you are mindful and willing to believe in the transcendental. -Amitav Chowdhury Metaphors are not what you see; it is your honest imagination to create an imagery and translate it into diverse language. Spare the mundanity! -Amitav Chowdhury Brisk analysis is fatal! The words lose their values. -Amitav Chowdhury Don’t harm the words, … Continue reading Random Thoughts

An Essay on Marge Piercy poem ‘To be of use’

This is an essay I have written based on the poem by Marge Piercy ‘To be of Use’. These are my interpretations of her poem and I hope you would like it. Marge Piercy Biography from Wikipedia- Marge Piercy (born March 31, 1936) is an American poet, novelist, and social activist. Her work includes Woman on the Edge of Time; He, She and It, which won the 1993 Arthur C. Clarke Award; … Continue reading An Essay on Marge Piercy poem ‘To be of use’