Writer’s Perspective

Writing is not a task. It is much more than narrating from the peripheral consciousness or just being aware for the sake of flaunting the impressive array of words. A conscious individual’s relationship with the self and humanity! It is not just the culture, thoughts, and historical perspectives but also the subconscious world. This holds much more relevance than we attribute to other factors while interpreting and judging … Continue reading Writer’s Perspective

Beyond Symbolism

The words do not become a symbolism of an escapist Neither a pacifist nor a radical activist They merely do not appear from somewhere, but carefully contemplated Speculations can go wrong, as thoughts depraved invade simultaneously All contradictions aren’t indications of well thought of a plot Words are those messenger who can become rebellious Always prudent to take that pen to craft the words carefully There … Continue reading Beyond Symbolism

Relevance of Writing and Creativity

The growth of social media may not be the ideal reform for your narrative you have in mind. Maybe, your thoughts are restrained, and you believe in a more prevalent narrative to connect with the string of ideas that are being planned with an algorithmic command. Most prevailing perception of being connected with an accepted form of communication restricts the growth of ideas and language. … Continue reading Relevance of Writing and Creativity

Salient Communications

Does communication have any philosophy or we communicate just to express our need to be heard? Usually, the narratives in society are like a long chain of words woven with various feelings that emerged from different situations. Situations actually act as a stimulus to gather appropriate words conveying our feelings to the best of our ability, based on our cognitive ability to comprehend a situation. … Continue reading Salient Communications

If Writing Means Anything

The maturity of a writer reflects in writings which are not imprisoned in self-indulgent thoughts. A writer should have the ability to absorb myriad emotions, and express the same, carefully through the narratives; often, pushing away personal pain to accommodate the feelings of others. A writer can become a friend to all while offering the writings as reliable communication with everyone. It’s often difficult to rise … Continue reading If Writing Means Anything

Inanity

Inane chronicles and their exaggerated verbs weave interesting stories Here lies the problem; they give away at the seams which were knit cleverly Without perceiving the consequences of connecting them with fatuous anecdotes Time is an irritant and wears away the gilded opulence of nonsense Those who narrate them cough up the lies inadvertently in front of an audience Not that many are listening, but … Continue reading Inanity

Fallacy

There isn’t a sweet deal, considering the abysses they are going to explore Scourge the surfaces in an unrepentant duel with exasperation and shameless denial Gather all the curses from pits that have been carved by the sinister hands Tyranny is repetitive and considered a part of the deal  It all starts with the illegitimate duel with the self, trying to emulate a vile fallen fighter … Continue reading Fallacy